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5 Tips for Requesting a Promotion

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Do you feel you have waited long enough for that promotion? It might make you wait longer, despite your efforts at work. Unless of course, you ask for it. …

Do you feel you have waited long enough for that promotion? It might make you wait longer, despite your efforts at work. Unless of course, you ask for it.

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  • 1. Make a bulleted list of all the responsibilities handled by you in the last one year. Do not miss out on any task. Then try explaining the problems faced by you while performing them and the way adopted to overcome the difficulties. Self initiated efforts are always acknowledged with respect.
  • 2. It is important to have undertaken additional responsibilities in your worklife. This not only shows your dedication towards work but also the capability to accommodate more work within the allotted time.
  • 3. Sometimes you need to learn certain skills which are required in the process. Point out any skill-building activities you’ve done or professional training courses you’ve taken. Any knowledge transfer or training to other team members should also be spoken about during the appraisal.
  • 4. Collect your thoughts and prepare yourself for the meeting. Get your points ready and keep all inferences to work at the back of your mind. Remember to use positive terms and sound confident in the meeting. Present your case clearly and logically.
  • 5. You cannot barge in your boss’ office and expect him to listen to your list. You need to ask for time and a meeting to hold this discussion.
  • 6. The AMCAT is India’s first employability assessment test that help fresh graduates to get their first job quickly and efficiently.