The raises here are a JOKE!!!! New hires will make more than people who have been there for 2+ years.
I would at least like to get a raise in my first sixty days and ninety. After that once a year. It depends on the kind of work i am doing to.
Typically a year. I was lucky enough to work hard and get a three dollar raise within 90 days. Upon my review I scored pretty good and got another small raise. I can't complain. But, I'm proof that you can get over a three dollar raise within a year without changing positions. Life is what you make it.
Yearly, and it's up to 4% at the most so even if you get 4% on $15 per hour it's only a 60 cent raise (and that is best case scenario)
Not often, I was given one from temp to hire. This was wrong to me due to being placed in a line lead position and it was almost expected of me to deal with multiple newbies at once and be fine with getting paid for doing twice the work for almost a full year
Once per year.
Yearly, as well as some right when you start
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