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How often do raises occur at Michigan Medicine?

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Annually by percentage of current income

Answered - PAR Team Supervisor- Inventory Control Analyst, Sr (Current Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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Once a year you would have five peers fill out a review of your performance as well as filling out a review of your own on your skills throughout the year. Those reviews would be given to supervisor who would review them and then give their review. Then the supervisor would meet with you to go over results. At this time you were informed if you were receiving a raise.

Answered - Unit Host/Facilitator (Former Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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Yearly and with advancement.

Answered - Registered Nurse (RN) (Former Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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Annually after your review with management.

Answered - Trauma Burn ICU RN, BSN (Current Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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Annual raises happen at University of Michigan.

Answered - Reading Rm Coordinator/Cust Service (Current Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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Most people receive a yearly raise.

Answered - Research Analyst (Current Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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You receive, at least in my department, an annual raise.

Answered - Respiratory Therapy Technician/ EKG Technician (Current Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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