My boss for help. How do I get up and ask for more money?
It all started with my wife to work as a manager an apartment complex about 4 months ago. We learn that pay rent and a salary of. We'd like to paint and decorate our apartment, we learn. We wrote a contract set out our job description, but in our calendar, niether of the owner or we have had time to sign it. Now I am adding all sorts of things to my list of maintenance tasks that have never discussed were. Formica floor, and for the next month I'm helping pull on the roof, a roof covering the old shingles and roof terrace … I'm not paid. And I still maintenance on the rest of the complex, do operate a commercial pool, and walk the property for trash … not to mention other manager functions.
Even with a job description, you will be asked to do so. One could say yes or no, depending on various things, but it's up to you to say, if You can not or will not do these things. If you do not want to do something, you say the roofers busy – so I would clear out building. If the soil is something that what the boss asks you to do directly, either say or do, they can not because you are busy but would you like a company need to worry about it. Or tell him that it's not something that you are both agreed, but you would be willing to do it for XXX dollars. He has the option of a new building get manager if they do not think you have done enough, but it hard to find good property managers. Of course, you can create a new job (as a manager at another building) but it can be difficult to find a good job. In any case, he is just trying to find additional work on your part can not really him accused of trying. You have to defend themselves, within reason, or simply as part of the work take over and do it.
So your an orca trainer? Now what?