In the latest #YourNextMove column, a content marketing manager had an exciting conversation with their boss about their career growth — and then that boss left the company. Now, the company VP is delaying their request for a pay raise and promotion, even as other employees advance in those ways at the same company: “I’m feeling incredibly frustrated and unvalued, especially considering I’ve already been doing higher-level work for a long time without being compensated for it. The VP keeps mentioning how grateful the company is for me and how much they appreciate my contributions. But since she told me I’d have to wait until later in the year for a promotion, I began interviewing at other places. I’ll now have my third (and final) interview at a company next week. If I get an offer, should I make an argument for my current company to match it, or should I just move on?” At the link in bio, @kimberlybonline responds with advice on how to navigate salary negotiations in the case of an offer — and what to do if there isn’t one.