How to ask your employer for changes to your job and make a no win no fee accident claim
If you have been working in your job for some time, it is natural for you to feel as though you want to move forward and start to move up the company. Unfortunately there won’t always be new positions available for you to move into, or positions above you for you to go to, in which case the only thing you can really do until something becomes available is to ask your employer to add changes and responsibilities onto your existing job.
Although this may not seem as good as a promotion or a different position, you could still learn a lot from doing this, and it will look great on your CV.
- Know what you want to change. There is no point going to your employer and asking them to make changes to your job if you don’t actually know what changes you want to happen. Your employer shouldn’t have to think up things that they can do to make your job better for you, you should be able to tell them what you are looking for.
- Be flexible. Don’t expect your employer to just do exactly what you ask them to, to the letter. You should be as flexible as you can be to allow them to think of ways to take your suggestions and make them workable for both you and the company.
- Tell them why. Don’t just say that you want changes to happen, let them know why. For example, if you feel that you are a little too efficient now and want to be challenged, this sounds much more positive than simply saying you want things to change, so be upfront about this.
Making Milton Keynes car accident claims
One of the reasons that you might be looking for a change to your current job is if you have been injured because of the job you are doing. If for instance you have a driving job, and the vehicle had not been serviced and the brakes failed and you feel that your employer is at fault for any injuries that you have suffered, it is always worthwhile looking into making Milton Keynes car accident claims against your employer, who has a duty of care to all of their employees and should be ensuring that the work force is safe.
Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to find out more about making Milton Keynes car accident claims and decide if this is the right move for you. If it is then a dedicated lawyer will work with you on your Milton Keynes car accident claims, to get you the compensation you deserve.
Date Published: 14th November 2014
Author: David Brown