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How To Ask For A Raise In A Time Of Layoffs And Hiring Freezes

Alexandra Marvar,

The coronavirus has changed the way people work. For some, it has meant working a lot more.

Working from home without a commute, an architectural firm office manager in upstate New York finds herself putting in longer hours. As some companies downsize, a title agent in Ohio finds her ex-colleague’s responsibilities magically appearing on her own desk.

As their job descriptions or workdays have expanded, their paychecks have not. “Regardless of what the current environment is, those could all be reasons to ask for a raise,” Quinn Texmo, who works in business development at Turner Construction Co. and who teaches women’s seminars on negotiation skills, told Bisnow. 

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