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How often do raises occur at ABB?

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Basically, you just get a percent to two cost of living adjustment unless it's a slow year. All salaries are frozen during slow years. There are also widespread layoffs prior to slow years.

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All raises were frozen for 2018

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Never, as far as I know.

Answered - Maintenance Mechanic, Maintenance Department (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM

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They hire through a temporary service. Once hired fill time and you top out you get yearly cost of living raises.

Answered - Machine Operator Carlon (Current Employee) - Arkansas

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Once a year was when the raises occur.

Answered - Safety Supervisor/Welder (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Every 90 days

Answered - Assembly Worker (Former Employee) - Jonesboro, AR

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N/a. Raises do not occur in T&B since the plant in Orange has closed.

Answered - Process Engineer (Former Employee) - Orange, MA

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Yearly for salary, possible twice per year for hourly.

Answered - Warehouse Supervisor/Manager (Current Employee) - Ormond Beach, FL

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Every few months the whole plant gets a small raise and when you have worked there for a certain amount of time, you get a raise.

Answered - APL (Former Employee) - Athens, TN

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