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Esp. if your manager is swamped with work. A good manager is practically begging for for good reasons to give you a raise if you're a high performer, but they need the ammo to convince HR/their manager.



Huh, suddenly those review questionnaires asking you to list some of your accomplishments in the past <timeframe> seem a lot less silly - even if they already know you've been killing it all year and have told you as much.




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