If you are asking for a raise, you control when you ask. You have time on your side, so start doing your research and build your confidence.
Often people talk themselves out of something by saying it's not the right time. However, when asking for a raise, anytime is the right time, after 12 months from your last raise.
One of the more successful ways we've seen people approach their managers about asking for a raise is to start with an email to schedule a time to discuss.
A raise shouldn't be a “You Vs. Manager” ordeal. It's a collaboration between you and your boss to give you're the resources to feel appreciated for the job you're doing.
Here are a few tips if they say “no.” 1. Don't Create An Ultimatum 2. Create A Plan For Another Raise Discussion in 6 3. Discuss Other Benefits That Can Make You Feel Rewarded –