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'...then I said, 'give me a raise, or I quit'.'
'I didn't get the salary increase, but I've been moved one parking space closer to the entrance.'
'There's no increase in salary, but once a month you will get a whack at the company pinata.'
'How did the staff take the news that you gave yourself another raise?'
'I really wish you hadn't seen this Ms. York.'
"It's just a suggestion, but in the future I'd wait until that black cloud over your head goes away before asking for a raise."
It had taken nine months, but Jim was finally ready to go back into his boss's office and claim his raise.
"For the first year, you get a cost-of-living raise every three months. Then, you hit the donut hole."
'...and then he talked about climate change saying I will get my raise when hell freezes over.'
"Admit it Johnson, isn't a pat on the back more intrinsically rewarding than a salary rise?"
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"I can live on my salary. Why can't you?"
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"I'm glad you like your starting salary, Bradford. You'll be getting it for a long, long time."
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"Who gave you permission to ask for a raise?"
"We demand an extra 12%."
"You're the first in the company to get a raise!"
"That's right. An increase in your title!"
"The company nurse sent over Henderson because he has a pay raise deficiency."
"Don't even bother asking for a raise. He'll just tell you to go to Hell."
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"Have the section on how to get a raise removed from the employee handbook!"
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"Does the job hold many challenges?"
"Guess how long it's been since I've had a salary increase."
'We won't give you a raise, but you can put this on your desk.'
"Er, Mr Trubshaw...would your digestive system stand up to a request for a salary increase?"
"I know you think this sort of thing is nonsense sir, and I hate to prove you wrong. But according to my crystal ball, you're not going to give me the raise I'm about to ask for."
'If you haven't had a raise in five years you must be doing lousy work...you're fired!'