I am writing a letter Pizza Hut, and was wondering how to ask for compensation in a nice friendly way?
I don’t want to say what the complaint is, but it isn’t a stupid and petty thing; it really disgusted me.
Any help quickly as possible please
Just tell them, don’t swear but use language that you really were dissatisfied and they will call you and either give you a refund or a free meal
How do I write a professional letter stating that no employees work for me?
It asks “Please submit a certificate of insurance with proof of Worker’s Compensation or a letter stating that there are no employees” How do I write it out professionally stating no employees work for me?
I confirm that no employees work for me.
Should I negotiate compensation from my offer letter?
I just received an offer letter that’s offering me $30K/yr but I think it’s rather low considering that most of the duties called for I have experience with and the fact that although I’m a recent grad from a prestigious university, I expected more. I mean in college I was working and making $4 less an hour than this job is offering and now that I graduated I go up a tidbit?! But, on the other hand, I don’t want to seem greedy because I know many well educated, experienced people are unemployed right now. So with that said, I want to know your opinion if I should negotiate on that compensation. The interviewer says she’s open for negotiation but after 3 months. How should I go about doing this? What should I say? When should I bring this up? What would you do?
FYI: The job is an admin position in Southern California. So let’s consider cost of living, too.
THANKS FOR ALL THE HELP!
I think employers are generally more willing to talk about salary than people think. They think about salaries every time they hire someone, so it’s a common and mundane subject for them even though it seems very personal to you. So, I wouldn’t worry too much about offending them or sounding greedy.
I would say something along the lines of, “I want to take this job, but I’m concerned about the salary. I think that given my experience and education, I’m worth closer to $40k (or whatever), and I think I’ll have trouble supporting myself on $30k. Can you go up at all?”
From what you said, it sounds like they wanted to give you a sort of trial period for 3 months, and then talk about a raise if you’ve done well. If that’s what they want to do, I don’t think you should be stubborn about it. But you should make sure that’s the plan, and ask them what they think your salary range could be after that time.
If they can’t go up, look for another job. In fact, apply to more jobs right now, while you’re negotiating.
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