For the most part, I love my job as a barista. I've been working at my shop since it opened (longer than anyone else, including my manager) for a year and a half. Since then, I have gone out of my way to make flyers for promotions in our shop. I give 110% at work, and most of our regular customers seem to love me. Currently I make minimum wage along with tips that my boss parcels out according to hours worked. The only thing I can attribute this to is that I am, in fact, the youngest employee in the store. Those of us who have been there for a year or more are thinking about asking for a raise, but we don't really know if we will get our heads bitten off by our boss. For everything I've done for the store, I feel like I have gone above and beyond the duties of a minimum wage employee (we all have, we're really good at what we do), and I don't know if my boss sees that. Should I ask for a raise? If so, how much, and how should I go about it? Thanks!