Belinda is asking her boss for a raise

Belinda has been working at the call center for three months, and it is time for her to receive the full-time employee raise, but she has not yet received it. Carlos, who was hired at the same time as her, has received the pay raise on his paycheck already, and she wants to make sure that her raise will be on her next check.
Belinda: Hi boss!

Belinda: Hi boss!
Boss: Hi ya, B. Good to see you making use of my open-door policy.
Belinda: Boss, there is not a door on this office. You have a good sense of humor.
Boss: Well, are you here to get some new jokes?
Belinda: Not new jokes; I actually noticed a discrepancy in the accounting.
Boss: Well, thanks for bringing it up! We always need good solid accounting in this business.
Belinda: Wonderful, I’m so glad you can help.
Boss: So what is it?
Belinda: Carlos actually pointed it out to me.
Boss: Don’t give your brownie points to Carlos!
Belinda: OK, well, here is his pay stub, and here is mine. Since you told us last week we had both been promoted to full-time status, we have been very excited to be here as full time employees.
Boss: I should hope so. I like to be right about things!
Belinda: Yeah, that’s why I knew you would be the person who could set this right. See, Carlos’ new status shows up on his paycheck with the full-time employee pay, but mine still appears to be a probationary call agent. I really like it here and want to make sure I’m full time!
Boss: Oh, of course. I can definitely update that so it shows up on your paycheck. We like you and want to keep you around.
Belinda: Thank you so much, I knew you could do it!

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