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Do you get pay raises other than for a position promotion?

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Not likely.

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Nope. No raises even with a promotion. Empty promises, lies, and lots of shady business practices. It's a horrible, horrible company.

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No raises and the pay is minimum. In the DMV area they pay around 12-13 an hour, and this is including lead. Honestly, your better off with another merchandiser company like Acosta or applying at the grocer SAS is resetting; if you do, chances are you will have a more professional and pleasant work experience.

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They only increased my wage because they are hiring people currently, which are started at the same wage as people who are experienced and have been reliable employeeswho are past the yr or more
Mark!???

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No raises. SAS pretends they have maximum pay for team leads. But they all make a different amount.
Back stabbing, cut throat, law breaking, loose morals.

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If you do, I haven't seen it. Been with this particular company for 3 years now.

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Work hard enough, come under the hours scheduled, make an effort to get noticed. It might take some time but raises and promotions do happen.

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No and you might not even get paid for the hours you work.

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Raises. They don't know the word. Promises is all you get. They tell you how great you are doing then when it's time for your raise they find a reason not to give it to you.

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No such thing. And there's a trial period for promotions where you aren't paid more. There's no pay negotiation when you start either.

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