Is it okay to ask for a raise after 6 months?
Yes, you can.
You should have a very good reason, as the usual time for the first raise after joining a company is 1 year, except if it is less to conform to the regular review and salary adjustment cycle.
Also, it was not 6 months after joining the company.
Do you get a raise every 6 months?
In most cases, you shouldn’t ask for a raise more than once a year. Of course, there are exceptions to this rule, like if your employer didn’t give you a raise six months ago but promised to revisit the issue in another four months based on performance goals or available funding.
Can you ask for a raise after 3 months?
Is it considered rude to ask for a raise after only three months of working? It’s not rude. But it’s not smart either. It usually takes about three months to learn everything that there is to know about your department, company, co-workers and what deliverables you can really deliver.
Is it OK to ask for a raise after 90 days?
Well, you can’t really ask for a raise after 90 days, no matter how stellar a job you’re doing. They assumed you’d do a stellar job when they hired you — and they assumed you’d do it at the salary you agreed to. But this isn’t a salary review; it’s a check-in on how your work is going.