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How often do raises occur at Illinois Action for Children?


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Yearly, however the increase is taken up by the taxes and increased benefits premiums that seems to occur every year right before the raise, you only see it on the gross end, never in what you take home. Pay is exceptionally low considering they are the largest (Services the entire Cook County Population) Child Care Resources and Referral Agency in IL, which means 3 to 4 times more work than the other agencies who tend to pay more.


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They give raises Annually

Answered - Family Resource Specialist (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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I was never given a raise.

Answered - Childcare Provider (Current Employee) - Calumet City, IL

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Never . Salary depends on the amount of children you care for .

Answered - Child Care Worker (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Generally yearly

Answered - Employee (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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