IF A FORMER JOB WANTS YOU BACK, ASK FOR MORE MONEY

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SHOW DATE: SEPTEMBER 16, 2013

A short while after you leave your job for good you get a call back from management asking you to rejoin the force.

What should you do? Don’t even think—negotiate for a higher salary.

Now you deserve it. Don’t do them any favors by accepting the same conditions that got you out of that nightmare in the first place. Playing the nice guy is the biggest mistake you can make now.

They’ve realized their blunder, they’re desperate and in a bind. It’s your opportunity to take advantage of this and up your income. Don’t let it fall through by playing it safe.

NEVER ASK FOR AN ADVANCE ON YOUR SALARY

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SHOW DATE: AUGUST 14, 2013

This is a quick shout out to all you employees who are thinking of asking for an advance on your salary: we suggest you think twice before posing the big question. No matter how cozy and relaxed your workplace is, and no matter how friendly your boss and coworkers are, asking for an advance should be your last resort when you’re having money problems.

The people you work with need to know that you are organized and dependable. Who you are in life is who you are at the job; if you’re screwing up with your personal finances and you need to come to work and ask for an advance, you risk being seen as the potential problem at the office, no matter how much you’re loved.