Asking for a raise can be a struggle for some employees. It incites fear and anxiety, and let’s face it, no one likes rejection. However, there comes a time and a place when your employees are bound to start requesting a bump in pay for all their hard work. But do these requests pay off?
New research, released by Paysa, looks at how employees and employers feel about salary negotiations and pay raises. In its survey of more than 2,000 Americans, Paysa asked about how often employees inquired about getting a raise, the likelihood of succeeding, and employer/employee perspectives on good and bad reasons to request a raise.
The infographic below highlights the success rates of men and women related to particular industries. For more information on this survey, or to view the full results, click here.