What You Should Consider
Your HR partner can review your skill set and clearly communicate why your salary is what it is, said Jasmin Forts, a career consultant who runs JobbingWithJas.
"If you communicate the concern with your HR partner, they can share the things you can do to increase your pay, as well as what was shared on your performance evaluation for merit increases or other promotional opportunities based on performance," said Forts.
She suggested a little finesse during these conversations, however, so they don't become confrontational. That rarely benefits anyone.
Forts also said to weigh options, such as leaving your company, very carefully so that you are comfortable with your decision and explaining it on your resume.
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