Most (58%) employees say they are apprehensive about requesting a pay raise, according to a survey of 1,000 workers in the United States conducted by B2B Reviews.
Employees say they are hesitant to ask for a raise for a number of reasons, including because they are unsure how to approach the request (32% cite as a worry) and because they fear rejection (28%).
An infographic (below) summarizes key findings from the survey.
It looks at the share of US workers who want a raise, the size of the raise they want, and why they fear asking.
Check out the infographic:
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