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Workload doesn't meet compensation and causes burnout
Try flexible work hours, telecommute, and work from home options.
Share whenever you can
Many employees feel more secure in their position if they can hold tightly to some important information. If you are "the one who knows" and others must come to you in order to complete their job, that might make you feel more valuable. My experience (after working for more than 20 years) is quite contrary. Being knowledgeable about many things is VERY important. But being willing to always share and teach others sets you up as being a very valuable member of the team. Managers look very favorably upon someone who consistently acts as a Mentor to others. Don't be selfish. Be perceived as one who is always willing to share.
Ask for a raise
Do the research on what the job is actually worth before asking. Have a specific amount in mind, then build your case based on your performance, tenure, commitment to the company, and most importantly - have something as a backup plan in case your employer will not come through. Don't threaten to quit unless you mean it.
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