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How often do raises occur at Boy Scouts of America?


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Once a year and at promotion.

Answered - Scout Executive/CEO (Former Employee) - Westfield, MA

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Never, once again, volunteer mainly.

Answered - Member (Current Employee) - Hyde Park, NY

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Raised occured Annually

Answered - Sr. Admin. Asst/Project Coordinator (Former Employee) - Irving, TX

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Typically the employees would receive a 0%-4% raise depending on the mood of the CEO that day, the raises were rarely ever performance based. The CEO would receive a 17% raise, even if he failed to achieve his goals.

Answered - Field Director (Former Employee) - Tulsa, OK

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Raises are reviewed by the Benefits and Compensation Committee annually at the first of each year.

Answered - Senior District Executive (Former Employee) - Gastonia, NC

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Paid employees get raises in February and you start seeing them around April. Raises depend on your PDS.


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Rare do you get a raise

Answered - Assistant Aquatic Director (Former Employee) - Payson, AZ

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Anually in February raises are given

Answered - Accountant (Current Employee) - Tennessee

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Once a year

Answered - Senior District Executive (Former Employee) - Kansas City, MO

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Often maybe every six months

Answered - Assistant Cubmaster (Former Employee) - Ann Arbor, MI

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