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October 25, 2010


Interesting- It's no secret that if people feel taken advantage of by their employer, they will become disgruntled. I think they should prove why they feel they deserve more- or move on to a place that makes them feel valued.

What a find! Terrific information...well shared. This is an amazing service that clearly believes in its own effectiveness. The fact that after the free evaluation, the $20 fee will be refunded if no raise is attained in 6 months is extraordinary. Thanks for giving voice to this helpful opportunity. ~Dawn

@Dawn: I thought it was a find too. If you decide to try it, let me know how it works out for you!

@Gina: Proof is definitely important, as a lot of times, value is in the eye of the beholder.

@Dawn: We are certainly believers...we built this to help people, and we don't believe we should make any profit unless we're staying true to that vision.

@Gina: One of the things we tried hard to do with GetRaised is to make sure that we were asking just that question: what have you done lately to help your company grow and improve? Hopefully, by walking through our process, we can help people see that for themselves.

I recently have written an article called "Making You Boss Smile". In this article it shows just what you should do to show your worth and to help your boss grow as well. Very good points here.

Wow! this is great and very helpful for those people who feel they are underpaid and undervalued, though you have to pay $20 but still it can be refunded if no raise happen in 6 months. awesome!

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