Tips to Successfully fill out the Raise & Promotion form letter

You will need the following information before filling out this form:

  • Your Job Classification
  • Date you were hired by the company
  • Job Classification desired

To gather this information:

  • Go to your steward and tell them you would like to apply for a promotion or raise. Both of you then approach your manager to ask for clarification of your job classification if there are questions about it.
  • If your steward is unavailable, you can call your union representative.
  • Once you have all of the above information, click below on "Download Form Letter:"
  • A letter will then appear. Fill out the letter with the above information. Save the document and print it out. Sign the letter.
  • An email of the initial information will be sent to your union representative.
  • Take the signed letter and deliver it to your store manager or email it to them along with optional personal letter from you on what makes you ready and prepared for the request.

United Food & Commercial Workers Local 663 is committed to providing resources to support you asking for more. The Request for Raise or Promotion form letter is the beginning to this process to ask for more, and is not a guarantee that the request will be granted by the Employer.

Download Form Letter

Along with the form letter, you have the opportunity to submit a personal letter to the Employer that explains your qualifications and what makes you ready and prepared for the request you are making. Here are some letter writing tips you can download that can help guide your letter. Remember, you can always reach out to your union representative as a trusted set of eyes for your letter as well.

Letter Writing Tips
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