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    I have been working for my current company 3 months, and after another 3 months my probation will be over.

    When I was offered the job they offered me £Xk salary.

    I rejected their offer and asked for £X+4k. They came back with £X+2k and I accepted.


    Now I am planning on asking for a raise in 3 months time when probation is over.

    Is this a bit cheeky considering I already got more than their initial offer and I'd really be pushing it, or is it normal to ask for raise after probation?
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    You could certainly ask - perhaps a different approach would be to ask when you're salary is likely to be reviewed next if you want to be a bit less direct.
 
 
 
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