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Professional development at Alder

How easy is it to get promoted at Alder? How often do you get a pay raise at Alder? Would employees recommend working at Alder?
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Skills and training

Training at Alder

What do employees think about the learning and development opportunities at Alder? Explore insights about training options and skills development.

Skills development

I have opportunities to learn and improve my skills
Strongly disagree0%
Disagree10%
Neutral10%
Agree30%
Strongly agree50%
From 10 Indeed user responses

Learning

I often learn something at work
Strongly disagree17%
Disagree13%
Neutral27%
Agree10%
Strongly agree33%
From 30 Indeed user responses

Training options

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Do you have access to training options?
Not enough data0%

L&D budget

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Do you have a budget for learning and development?
Not enough data0%

Pay raises and promotions at Alder

What do employees think about getting promoted at Alder? Learn about career advancement, internal promotion policy and pay raises.

Raise frequency

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How often do you get pay raises?
Not enough data0%

Promotion policy

Internal promotions are preferred over hires
Strongly disagree10%
Disagree0%
Neutral20%
Agree40%
Strongly agree30%
From 10 Indeed user responses

Promotion positioning

I was positioned for promotion or career advancement
Strongly disagree10%
Disagree0%
Neutral10%
Agree40%
Strongly agree40%
From 10 Indeed user responses

Ease of promotion

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It’s easy to get a promotion here
Not enough data0%

Management and culture at Alder

Does the management at Alder support professional development? Discover insights about autonomy, career growth and management ratings.

Decision making

I have enough autonomy to make decisions
Strongly disagree0%
Disagree0%
Neutral40%
Agree30%
Strongly agree30%
From 10 Indeed user responses

Manager rating

Rate your recent manager
Poor30%
Below average15%
Average15%
Good10%
Excellent30%
From 40 Indeed user responses

Career growth

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My manager cares about my career growth
Not enough data0%

Support at work

There are people at work that give me support
Strongly disagree30%
Disagree20%
Neutral13%
Agree23%
Strongly agree13%
From 30 Indeed user responses

Moving on from Alder

Why do people leave Alder? Read about employee happiness, reasons for leaving and whether people would recommend working here.

Belonging

I feel a sense of belonging in my company
Strongly disagree62%
Disagree7%
Neutral10%
Agree0%
Strongly agree21%
From 29 Indeed user responses

Work happiness

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I feel happy at work most of the time
Not enough data0%

Job satisfaction

Overall, I am completely satisfied with my job
Strongly disagree40%
Disagree10%
Neutral20%
Agree20%
Strongly agree10%
From 10 Indeed user responses

Reason to leave

Why would you leave?
Lack of career advancement39%
Low salary or benefits45%
Poor management58%
Working hours15%
Had to relocate24%
It was a temporary job18%
Something else21%
I don't intend to leave6%
From 33 Indeed user responses

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Indeed resources

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  • How to Ask for a PromotionWhen you’re ready to take on more responsibilities and work on new projects, it may be time to ask for a promotion. It can be an intimidating process but learning when and how to make the request can make things easier–and could certainly be beneficial for your career.
  • How to Show a Promotion on Your ResumeYou recently got a promotion you’ve been working hard to earn—congratulations! Reflecting a promotion on your resume can show professional growth, making you a competitive candidate for future opportunities. While it’s simple to list your growth from company to company, it might seem confusing to include promotions during your time at just one company.
  • How to Prepare for a Promotion InterviewCompleting a promotion interview successfully can allow you to earn a raise, take on a leadership role and advance your career within your current company. Although this type of meeting might appear similar to a standard job interview with a new company, an in-house conversation often requires special preparation. In this article, we discuss how to get ready for a promotion interview so you can pursue your career goals effectively.
  • 9 Tips on How to Get Promoted at WorkEarning a promotion enables you to assume a more important role in your company, earn a higher salary and gain a heightened sense of accomplishment. To effectively advance your career within your company, you will need to have excellent work performance and catch your supervisors’ attention. While performance, experience and skills are common requirements for a job promotion in many workplaces, you can take extra measures to become a prime candidate for your desired position. In this article, we discuss how you can increase your chances of getting a promotion.
  • What to Expect from an Average Promotion RaiseOne of the primary reasons that employees work hard to earn promotions is the promise of a raise. The exact amount to expect from a raise depends largely on the employer's budget and the specific duties associated with the new job title. If you are currently working toward a promotion or if you are pursuing a position with a new employer, you need to know what you can expect from a future raise.
  • How to Write a Promotion Request LetterWriting an effective promotion request letter can be an important step in earning a new position. A well-written and well-timed letter may increase your chances of being considered for a promotion. The letter should highlight your value to the company, your ability to succeed in a higher role and position you as a viable candidate.
  • When to Ask for a Promotion (and How to Do It Effectively)For many people, a single job is a temporary position on the way to a more ideal career. Regardless of the level of your aspirations, you will likely want a promotion at some point to move up to the next level. Asking for a promotion can be successful, provided the timing and situation are right. In this article, you will learn when the right time might be to ask for a promotion and also helpful tips on how to ask for one successfully.
  • You Have Been Passed Over for a Promotion: What Now?While it’s natural to be disappointed if you don’t receive the promotion, the way you behave after you have been passed over can have a significant impact on your next promotional opportunity. Behaving professionally and using the experience as a learning opportunity can impress upon your supervisor that you are ready for a promotion the next time. Positioning yourself after the setback of being passed over can take time and resilience. In this article, we will go over the steps you could take after missing out on a promotion and tips to position yourself as the ideal candidate for future opportunties.
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