Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about raise:
Recently I had performance review with my boss. He agreed that I have performed well in my job. However, he did not give me the salary increment that I deserve. All my other colleagues had far better increment than me. In fact, I am the one getting the lowest pay. This upsets and demotivates me. I feel my work and effort is not recognized. I also found out that my boss bears some personal grudges against me. He is frequently not in the office, and he expects me to cover for him. He has warned that if I don’t watch out for his back, my job may not last. How do I handle him and ask for the increment that I deserve?