Only received one in 1.5 years, when I took the full time job.
First you get about a 10 cent raise after 90 days than normally you will get it on your anniversary which is 2%-3% raise. Typically they go off of how well you are doing really, so you could anywhere from 5 cents to 15 cents.
It's all by hours or whether you move departments. I started as a bagger for 2 months back in 2011. When I moved to Deli, I got a raise. And then from that point it was dependant on hours. Then once I hit top pay, we get one yearly. I've been there for 7 years and am making $15.30
They say yearly, if you consider 10 cents a raise!
I only worked there for 3 months.
Answered - Bakery Clerk (Former Employee) - Janesville, WI
Not very often
Answered - Cake Decorator/Baker (Former Employee) - Janesville, WI
Most times you get 3% or less. They hide the pay scale because you have people with less education and experience making more than those with an education and experience. Be prepared to watch Managers and Diectirs who make six figures and get massive bonuses tell you you can't have 3% cause it was a rough year while you watch them buy a $500 bottle of liquor and crab legs for supper. They have extremely high turnover.
Rarely. It must vary by location because I never got one after 90 days. I
After 90 days of employment
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