Annually, you review yourself, your manager reviews that and makes their own observations, then their manager reviews those and then HR makes a decision.
Answered - RESERVATION SPECIALIST (Current Employee) - Westlake, TX
Annually based upon company performance
Answered - Product Marketing & Development Principal (Current Employee) - Southlake, TX
Raises generally occurred annually. The amount is based on your performance, salary range, and other factors.
Answered - Manager Global Procurement Operations (Former Employee) - Southlake, TX
Raises are yearly based on performance
Answered - Product Lifecycle Manager (Former Employee) - Southlake, TX
Raises are supposed to be handed out annually but because everything is done on a bell curve it doesn't matter if you are doing a good job or not it only depends on where the manager puts you on the bell curve.
Answered - Senior System Delivery (Project Manager) (Former Employee) - Southlake TX
Raises happen once every year and depends on how much profit your department makes.
Answered - Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Bangalore, Karnataka