There is no promotion opportunity in Jack's job.
The leader vetoed his application for promotion.
Let the manager think it over and he will get back to you later.
Boss, would you like to talk about my salary?
Don't count on the manager giving you a raise.
What's Nancy's expectation on her salary?
A: Good morning, Jack. You've been working in the financial department for two years. Is everything alright at work?
B: Yes. I like this job very much and I'm doing it with due diligence.
A: In the past two years, I can see that your work is excellent and your performance is good. I think it's time for you to get promoted.
B: Thank you for your recognition. Actually it's nothing special.
A: Don't say that. It owes to your hard work and team spirit.
B: It's nothing, anyone can do that. I still have a lot of things to learn.
A: From next monday, you will be the manager of the financial department. Congratulations.
B: Thank you very much. I won't let this promotion change me.
A: I am confident that you will achieve great success in your new post. What is your expected salary?
B: About 2800 dollars.
A: That's a lot of money. Let the boss think it over and he will get back to you later.
B: All right.