Managing Essentials™ Low Raise, Really?

Addressing Pay/Compensation Issues

You have an employee complains to you that their raise was less than expected. What do you do? This video scenario provides the just-in-time information and tools needed to help a manager address the situation while maintaining a respectful workplace.

Learning Path & Details

Competencies

  • Developing Core Leadership Skills
  • Leading and Managing for Peak Performance

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how to respectfully work through an employee's complaint about a lower than expected raise.
  • Visualize (by example) how to address common management issues in today's workplace.

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Anger at a Lower-Than-Expected Raise (Managing Essentials™ Series)

Anger at a Lower-Than-Expected Raise (Managing Essentials™ Series)

New Just-In-Time Performance Management Tool! You have an employee complains to you that their raise was less than expected. What do you do? There are four steps you can take to help the situation.

Training Files (3)

TitleTypeTime/PagesLanguage
Video Vignette02:30 min EnglishDemo
Workshop Material3 pages EnglishDemo
Additional Material4 pages EnglishDemo

Additional Information

You need to take time to address the problem. Pay and compensation issues can fester if not tackled effectively. Arrange to discuss it with the employee in a private area where you won’t be interrupted. When you meet, get feedback from the employee. Seek to understand the employee’s perspective and really listen. Don’t discuss raises received by other employees


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