Re: Other advice?
Actually on my last job i did the same thing as Alison and Progman2000 but got nowhere. I had been with that company for about 3 years, grossly underpaid with a slew of accomplishments that were easily identifiable. In fact I did so much that my boss at the time recommended me for promotion to VP in 2 departments. Of course the company policy was NOT to promote from within and I got neither of those positions. The paper i wrote documenting all my accomplishments, ROI to the company, etc went nowhere. The CIO would not talk to me, the CEO would not talk to me (despite promising to do so for quite some time) and i stopped going above and beyond. Eventually i left that company. Now I finally got a salary commensurate with my experience and I don't look back. The point of this post is to illustrate that it is not a slam dunk case when you write such documents and just ask. It really depends upon the management culture of a company.