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Since this company has grown so much, why do they pay employees with candy bars instead of proper raises or bonuses? Wouldn't this help with the turnover rate and in turn help with cost of hiring new employees so frequently?

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Although this is NOT a government agency, they are primarily funded by the FCC and must abide by certain Federal regulations. This limits the amount they can pay.

Minimum wage in Utah is $7.25, and when I started this job five years ago I started at 10.50. Since that time I've gotten a raise every summer, and this raise is based on performance. In addition, depending on call volume, you can opt in for extra hours (overtime).

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  1. Since this company has grown so much, why do they pay employees with candy bars instead of proper raises or bonuses? Wouldn't this help with the turnover rate and in turn help with cost of hiring new employees so frequently?