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set up the raise

I am a 27-year-old woman in a male-dominated workplace (scientific field, very competitive). Last year, I was moved onto a project with a lot more responsibility. I asked if this change of role would come with more money, and my boss assured me that I would get a raise starting in January. He asserted this repeatedly, but I stupidly didn’t get it in writing. When January came around, he had done nothing to set up the raise. He said that he had made a mistake, and paying me more would not be possible, but I could compete for a higher-level position in 2018. I documented what happened and (after being encouraged by my supervisor) requested a meeting with my boss and HR. In the meeting, my boss attacked my qualifications and said I was “impatient” and “demanding.” The HR rep stayed silent. I felt like I was being punished for following up on a commitment he chose to make. set up the raiseとfollowing up on a commitment he chose to makeの意味を教えてください。よろしくお願いします


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1。set up the raiseの意味を教えてください。 set up は、下記の句動詞の10「綿密に準備する」です。  https://eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=set+up  ですから「その昇給について綿密な計画を立てる(ことを怠っていた)」ということでしょう。 2。following up on a commitment he chose to makeの意味を教えてください。  follow up は、下記の句他動詞の4あるいは5の意味です。、 https://eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=follow+up  彼が約束することにした(=自分から言い出した私の昇給の件について、そのまま放置しないで)追求した(だけなのに罰せられているように感じた)




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