Is it proper to ask for a raise via email?

By Cweb ·
My situation is my corporate HQ is in Orlando, FL and I work in Baltimore, MD. I never meet or see any of the people I work for. All of our communication is done through phone calls and email. My thought is a phone call would put my boss on the spot whereas an email would give him time to consider it.

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It's a personal opinion.

by Jester James In reply to I took your advice

It's only too little if you feel you deserve more for what it is that you do. Personally, I work above my pay grade whenever possible.

However, you did receive this raise, and it was fairly painless, so the next time you ask it will probably be a shorter interval than this time between pay changes.

Whichever the case, Congratulations on the experience and the raise.

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Thank you

by Cweb In reply to It's a personal opinion.

No the raise was more than what I was expecting, what I meant was it went so painless, it seemed too easy. More of an attempt at humor than anything else.

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