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How often do raises occur at IBM?

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Not often...based on your appraisal...maybe 1 or 2 percent a year..

Answered - Manufacturing Associate (Former Employee) - Poughkeepsie, NY

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Raises would occur annually.

Answered - Advisory Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Southlake, TX

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Almost non-existent. However, reductions in pay occur regularly. About once a year.

Answered - Windows Systems Support Specialist (Current Employee) - Bentonville, AR

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On a yearly basis

Answered - Program Manager, Benefits and HR Technology (Former Employee) - Woonsocket, RI

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Annually yearly

Answered - Program Manager, Benefits and HR Technology (Former Employee) - Woonsocket, RI

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Raises occurred on an annual basis assuming your work justified it.

Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Endicott, NY

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IBM usually gave raises yearly, but is really depends on how the overall business is doing. There was a time I went 3 years without a raise.

Answered - Program Manager (International) (Former Employee) - Remote

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1 per year

Answered - Advisory IT Specialist (Current Employee) - Smithfield, PA

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If you do well, you can get a $100.00 a year raise. Seriously. People have to quit and work somewhere else, so they can come back and renegotiate their salary.

Answered - Loan Officer/Loss Mitigation (Former Employee) - Beaverton, OR

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Depends on Performance Reviews and as regular as Yearly if high performer.

Answered - Sr. Client Executive (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA

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