For the last year, my supervisor has been telling me that I'll be due for a raise "as soon as the company is back on its feet." Well, two months ago, the executive team made a flashy presentation about our bright prospects for the coming year. I myself have processed a couple dozen salary increases for other employees. So far, not one word from my supervisor about when I might be getting a little something extra. At what point should I nudge her about this? How should I approach that awkward conversation?—Julia, SC
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