How to Make Sure You Get Paid for Extra Work

It happens a lot: Your manager hears about your extensive skill set, and suddenly you’re transformed into a Web developer, network administrator or basic jack-of-all-IT-trades. Of course, you don’t get a raise. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Cat has some tips for negotiating an increase, as well as leveraging your extra work the next time you look for a job.

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  1. BY The Heretic says:

    ROFLMAO, yea take all the extra work you can and your employers will take all the extra work you are willing to give. Employers don’t appreciate what they are not paying for. By all means learn something that interests you, but don’t bring it to work unless they are compensating you for it.

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