HumourApril 08, 2019

Negotiating your raise

A step-by-step guide on how to effectively use Bollywood films to help you negotiate your salary raise.
2019-06-25 00:00:00 India Development Review Negotiating your raise
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Step 1: Understand performance expectations
Farhan akhtar znmd

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Step 2: Warm up your reviewer
srk kajol k3g

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Step 3: Ooze confidence
kareena kapoor jab we met

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Step 4: Demonstrate impact with flair
mughal e azam

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Step 5: Be appalled by the first offer
dabangg sonakshi sinha

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Step 6: Be further appalled that the first offer is the last offer
abey kachra hoon kya

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Step 7: Apologise to your parents for joining the development sector (and for needing to borrow money for food and shelter)
srk jaya bachan k3g

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Step 8: Re-build self esteem
gully boy ranveer singh

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Step 9: Gracefully accept your lot in life
dharmendra

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Step 10: Be naively lured in by the promise next year holds
rani muherjee abhishek bachan bunty aur babli

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