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CNBC: How to clear old emails out of Gmail so you don't have to pay for storage
CNBC
Google only gives Gmail users 15 gigabytes of free storage. Here's how to delete the thousands of emails cluttering your inbox. Read the full story
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POLITICO: How Trump Could Get Away With It
POLITICO
Time is on the president’s side, despite strong evidence that he broke campaign law. But not if Congress and the special counsel decide to act. Read the full story
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HuffPost: 50 Really Funny Marriage Tweets That Just Nailed It This Year
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No matter how much you adore and appreciate your spouse, you have to admit ... Read the full story
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The Washington Post: Russian disinformation teams targeted Mueller, report says
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The operatives unloaded on the special counsel via fake accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and beyond. Read the full story
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How to stand out from the competition when the credentials are the same - SEEK Career Advice
How to stand out from the competition when the credentials are the same - SEEK Career Advice
Applying for Jobs 3 minutes
How to stand out when the credentials are the same
So, you have the right credentials for the job you are seeking, but how do you stand out from the competition when your qualifications and experience are pretty much the same as everyone else’s?
We asked Nick Hindhaugh, founding managing director at Six Degrees Executive and Rob Simpson, founding director at Seed Talent to share their best strategies for standing out from the crowd.
“Headhunters and recruiters don't want vagueness. They are looking for candidates who can be specific about the type of role they want and clearly articulate what they have to offer to the role and the company.”
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Want a pay rise? Here's a script you can use to ask for more money - SEEK Career Advice
Want a pay rise? Here's a script you can use to ask for more money - SEEK Career Advice
Salary Advice & Trends 2 minutes
Want a pay rise? Say this
Few things are as nerve-racking as asking for a pay rise. But with the right words, you can make sure you’re putting your best foot forward when asking for more money. Once you’ve done all the prep work required to have the conversation, you can use this script for guidance on what to say in your pay rise meeting.
The next steps
After the meeting, Jackson suggests sending an email thanking your manager and include the points you discussed. “If there is another conversation to be had, confirm the day and time this will happen,” she advises.
“If the answer to your request is no, you can ask if there is another way to acknowledge your achievements, such as bonuses, time off in lieu, extra paid leave,” says Jackson. “If there is no leeway whatsoever, your manager will still have gained an awareness of your value. You can ask them for another discussion in three to six months time.”
If your manager agrees to a pay rise, ensure you ask for this in writing (email is fine), clarify when the raise will be paid from and suggest that you meet in another year to review your progress and salary again.
While asking for a pay rise can be daunting, it is a great opportunity to highlight the value you bring to your role. As Jackson says, “Be well armed with the knowledge and reasons your manager needs to say yes!”
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