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should i ask client for a job with better salary and title when company i currently work for has less to offer?

i work for company as a facilities supervisor(but so they don't have to pay me right they have reduced the positions description to d**n near a janitor but ask me to perform task of a supervisor (which is cool i accepted it can you say survival job?) ok so i manage this site for a corporation (Genzyme corp ) to be more specific and on the web i see supervisors positions available and i feel id be a shoe in .but in today's economy i dont want to be seen as ungrateful for my job but strongly desire the advancement ive worked years for so how could i ask for the position in the corporation with all the bells and whistles ...like stock options and probably double my salary Help i don't want to let opportunity pass me by?

Asked By: djbenebulger - 3/23/2009
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Same thing happened with me. I stopped working at my other job because I had been there for a year with no raise and I felt like I was just getting stepped on and taken for granted. Go for it. I'm sure you would rather regret something you did do rather than something you didn't. You sound like a good worker but it is... More
Answered By: kelli - 3/23/2009
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Hi, I like to ask you a question, are you a positive and open mine person? Do you really want to make money? Do you want spend more time with your family? If you are interesting in make money, please email me at... More
Answered By: fragozo0929 - 3/23/2009
 
First thing you need to do is get the name of the company out of your post! Last thing you want to do is find out you have no job in the morning from the sounds of it... More
Answered By: beanschat - 3/23/2009
 
As you are well aware of the current economy. Try applying for the job. Do not go through a client as you could end up losing your current job.
Answered By: Big Deal Maker - 3/24/2009
 
I would start by asking for an appointment with your immediate supervisor, make sure you have an up-to-date resume to bring along... More
Answered By: wvpackerfan68 - 3/25/2009
 
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