Annually in conjunction with successful performance review.
April 28, 2017
It's a hit or miss 1/2 % raise, if given, with managers claiming to forget about annual performance reviews connected to any increase, although after four months late, will get you to review and sign an annual review. Usually comes up with numbers to not give a raise and I really don't expect one after several years there. Just enjoy my profession.
.40 cent raise at the "annual review," and I was told I'd get an extra $1.00 an hour upon certification. I got a .50 raise.
I’ve gotten No raise after 6 years. No bonus pay either. You need to get everything they promise in your contract otherwise they threaten to take it away for any reason. Beware. During 6 years I worked I’ve been through 5 DM and 3 GM. When asked specifically for a raise they just say other people make less than you. So basically no room for advancement unless they like you then you can become a store manager and make 50k plus 2k per month in bonus if you make goals Managers get large bonuses for holding down the expenses including pay increases to all staff. Our store can bring in 10k per day so I know they can afford paying the staff better. This company is constantly looking for replacements in all departments including doctors. Even They are overworked too requiring them to see patients every 10 min.
The company has had a system in place for over 3 years now where you get a raise on your anniversary date. MANAGERS in April. The raise is base upon performance and expectations that you are aware of. Infact, some of the scoring is very employee friendly, so don't buy into some of the negative posts. If you are hired and you get a promotion, your pay goes up and then you will wait till the anniversary date next year to get a review. If you get promoted again, then you rate will go up again and you will wait another year till the anniversary date. That is how it works, if you were the boss and you promoted someone and gave them a raise, would you give them another 3 months later because it was their anniversary date? No you wouldn't. 1 to 3 percent may not be what you are looking for, but you are rewarded. Do your best and max out,if you feel you are under paid, maybe you should be looking at other places to work.
Once a year,at the time of your review. either a 1% or 3% raise is given. not worth staying when you do two or 3 other peoples jobs and then get a 3% raise.
I was there for three years as a key holder and never recieved one
Associate raises every year on the anniversary of their joining. Managers in spring- BUT if they were hired at a time other than spring, they could wait a year and a half until their first raise! The raises are a joke. Too small or not at all.
Once a year if you're lucky with 3% at best, until you get to what they qualify is top of your position then no raises after that.
Reviews are done on a yearly basis. Any Where from 2 to 5 % which is better than most places. It is a well rounded review involving Sales, performance, attitude, teamwork and more POSITIVE Areas of the position. Don't believe the negative posts.
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