Once a year. You had zero say in your pay raise. Upper management just doled out however much percentages payroll said we could afford without going bankrupt.
Answered - Editorial Staff (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Once a year
Answered - Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) - work from home
Raises could happen as often as 6 months to 2 years depending on your performance, especially if you're in sales. It's all performance based. It's easy to get raises if you have started off at a very lower level. As you go higher and higher it starts getting slightly tough to make career progressions.
Rarely- they are very concerned with profit over treating employees well.
Answered - Strategic Account Executive (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL
Not often enough