Hi everyone. I've been preparing for my performance appraisal since the beginning of the year and now I'm stuck. Can anyone suggest an equation I can use to work out the monthly value of a perk (I know the original value of the item, which was a once-off purchase)?
Late last year I was promoted to a manager. I've been promoted 3 times in less than 3 years, but haven't seen much of an increase. I'm currently handling new responsibilities as well as old ones (my old position has been restructured to allow for 2 people to be hired, but that hasn't happened yet) and I handed over one specific task to someone else at the company. I also handed over the 'perk' to this person. My logic tells me that this perk formed part of my salary (correct me if I'm wrong, doesn't it fall under a cost-to-company)? The thing is, I have to wait until this meeting before I get an increase and discuss these matters.
Now I've learnt valuable lessons from MT regarding salaries and it isn't negotiation, however I've been holding my tongue for a while. Apologies if I sound as if I'm going to let rip in my interview. I won't, MT has taught me better! I am angry though, and thus have decided to prepare down to every *miniscule* detail.