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Dear Sir/Madam, I have been employed in a solvent plant for the past 14 years. Last year, I sent a letter to my manager (attached) and my salary was increased to Rs 8000 per month from December 2009. This year, all staff salaries were increased from April 2010, but mine was not. When I asked about it, I was told that my salary had already been increased. I replied that I was eligible for the increase this year as well, but nothing was done. I would be grateful for your advice and a letter in support of my salary increase. Thank you for your help.

  1. Focus more on your accomplishments and not as much on your personal expenses. Make sure to include more information about the two tasks you are managing. Wishing you the best of luck.

  2. I am glad to hear that your boss has granted your salary increase request. However, it is important to remember that you should not try to pressure your boss into increasing your salary. Instead, focus on doing your best work and let your performance speak for itself. I hope you understand. Best regards

  3. After reading your letter, I had two questions. Firstly, why did your boss take more than eleven months to consider your request, which was made in January 2009 and resulted in an increment in December 2009? Secondly, you specifically requested an increase in salary up to Rs 8000. Within a period of eight months, what circumstances changed that led to the salary increase? It is important to note that salary increases are not based on personal expenses, but rather on commitment and effective work done in achieving the organization’s goals. I wish you the best of luck, but please do not consider your personal expenses when it comes to your career.

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