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How often do raises occur at American Heart Association?


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Yearly and very political in IT.

Answered - Manager, Information Technology (PMO) (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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Raises occur annually.

Answered - Customer Care Representative-Multimedia Specialist (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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Merit raises happen every year, but they are minimal. You're eligible for bonuses as a fundraiser, but if you're an Admin. then you don't.

Answered - Development Specialist (Current Employee) - Tennessee

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Raises are given annually

Answered - Program Specialist (telecommute/remote) (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO

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Once per year but they don't seem to be merit-based and they barely keep up with cost of living.


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Once per year (maybe)

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX

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Once a year

Answered - Operations Manager (Current Employee) - Boise, ID

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Unknown. I did not work directly for the AHA. I taught AHA Infant CPR at Lehigh Valley Hospital.

Answered - CPR Instructor (Former Employee) - Allentown, PA

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