Came across an interesting article on how to ask for a raise (aka “salary increment”) when one feels underpaid and overworked.
Or you can use the info right here in this website www.Salary.sg.
Over the years, we have published our famous annual list of Top 100 Jobs in Singapore and created simple but extremely useful and extremely popular tools for income comparison:
- Compare Your Annual Income – this uses very reliable data from the tax authority Iras.
- Compare Your Monthly Household Income – this uses professionally-collected data released by Department of Statistics Singapore.
- Compare Your Monthly Pay By Age & Gender – this uses data from Ministry of Manpower.
Do also visit the Salary.sg Discussion Forums for informal information contributed by our readers. Tons of information there. In fact, some posts in the Salary.sg forums are such true gems that we were very much humbled by what we did not know. Even if you can’t find what you want in the sea of information, you are free to post your questions in the appropriate forum thread. A reply will most definitely come your way.
After doing the necessary research, you should then make a list of your achievements and prepare a formal request to your direct manager. Refer to the article for more tips on what else to do.
Thanks to Alson of Singapore iPhone Apps for the link.