They give you 2% once a year, no matter how good a worker you are. They have no value for its good employees. Bad workers get as much of a raise as good employees. Plus the raise comes at the same time employee health insurance goes up, so there is really no help with the increases in basic costs of
When hired in I was quoted a top out pay which is 2 dollars more than what I make an hour, but apparently upon merging with the other hospitals Beaumont decided to go with their pay scales so I no longer qualify for 2% raises and I "topped out" ..
I worked for Royal Oak for almost 19yrs. We went 3yrs w/o a raise. It hurts your pockets but you'll survive. 2% isn't great but its a raise. My last department director got us a bonus an a pay increase.
Depends on if your department is organized (union).
Majority of the old Oakwood Healthcare Facilities (Oakwood Dearbor, Heritage-Taylor, South Shore-Trenton) have bargaining unions that negotiated a 2-3 year contract guaranteeing a raise each year!
Non-union employees are at the mercy of the Beaumont Health System.
Typically 2% cost of living raise to help offset the increases to your health insurance premiums or deductibles. We have mot received performance based raises in many years. If you are at the top of the pay scale you are not given 2%.
We went seven years without a raise, then in 2016 we got 1.7% increase! Woo HOO!!! VERY disappointing and contributed mightily to low staff morale.
Occurs annually, and was about 2% raise. If your at the top of your pay-scale then no incentive.
If you at the top level of the pay scale there are no more incentives. Raises have occured once every 2-3 years.
Answered - STAT Nurse- Rapid Response Team (Current Employee) - Royal Oak, MI
Respiratory Therapist.....never in the past 12 years!!! Well except for the hospital wide 2%
Approximately every two years.
Answered - Clinical Nurse II (Former Employee) - Troy, MI