Once again I am looking for some advice from this community, and hoping that I post this BLUF correctly.
BLUF: I have not had a salary increase in over two years and wondering what is the best way to prepare and present my case for one.
I joined a small family run business over two years ago. At the time I was promised a review after six months. As I had not yet accomplished many of my original objectives (monthly financial reports, getting department back on track, closing the year end) I did not push for this review.
In the subsequent months (year) I have accomplished all my original objectives and have increased the productivity of my department and staff. Monthly financial statements are done by the 10th, I have developed new operating reports, invoicing is done on schedule, A/R is clean and up to date. I continue to push my department, started )3's and monthly staff meetings (we don't really need biweekly), and have pushed senior management for bi weekly management meetings. For the first time in company history we have a budget, weekly, monthly and yearly cashflow etc.
It is now that I feel I have made significant contributions to the company and seek to be compensated for these. I did get a bonus last year, but not an salary increase.
We do not have a review process here, but I have been listing my accomplishments in preparation for asking for this meeting.
Hence my question, what is the best way to prepare and present my case for a salary increase.
I would also welcome some feedback on my BLUF (as this is my first time doing one).
Thanks as way.