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    Hellooooo haha, sorry If this was posted in the wrong section but I didn't know where else to post.

    I'm in need of a bit of help with something; do you have to be in certain circumstances to get a Payrise or would it just be easier for me to find a new job?

    I'm 17, currently working full time as a waitress, and due to not being 18 yet, I'm on a £3.70/80(per hour) wage. Basically I just want to know whether I'd be able to get a payrise considering I do the same amount of work and hours(if not more) than people at my work who are 21+, and I have worked there for just over a year now.

    Someone please reply I'm in need of help desperately. Thank you! (Apologies once again if posted in wrong forum) ☺️
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    Wages are minimum rates. An employer cant pay less but they cna pay more if they wish.
    When you reach 18 your rate will rise to £5.30.

    You cna ask fo a wage rise, but you have to convince them its in their interest i.e you are worth it and they should pay you or you will go elsewhere.

    http://www.wikihow.com/Ask-for-a-Pay-Raise
    http://www.wikihow.com/Negotiate-a-H...tarting-Salary

    if they say no , then be prepared to look elsewhere.
 
 
 

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