There are yearly reviews, which determine yearly raises. I’ve always earned great reviews, but the yearly raise is minimal. After I put in my notice (for MANY reasons), I found out some store managers are starting at a higher rate than I’m leaving the company at after 7 years. Maybe you’ll be the lucky ones…or you’ll do more for less.
You rarely ever do
Coin change a year.
Not very good really. It all depends on your evaluation.
You get a raise if you get a 3 or higher. Idk how much but not like a dollar or anything like that. A shift told me the most she ever got was a $.50 with a very good score but most employees get a 3
You are paid once a year and based on your Performance Review... that being said every position has a CAP.. they put this cap in place to encourage you to either work to advance to a better position or quit. You are suppose to learn and grow, but that could be very hard with this company.
I have been employed for fifteen years and my performance reviews are always good however as a pharmacist we are being told for th e third year in a row that we are over paid and the company has agreed that we will not be getting a single penny in raises regardless of performance. With that being said, translate a 3% minimum cost of living increase it would translate into us working with pay cuts rather then raises. Do not join this company it’s awful
I work for this company 20years I make 13 dollars /hour ,all the management said too high,I work hard every department I make a lot of money for store,I get nothing but discrimination.
Once a year evaluation. Depending on what you get rated is depending on your "little" raise. The only other way to get a raise is to work for the pharmacy or be a shift lead.
Told to never rate yourself higher than a 3 by the district directors. However this is how they base raises and as a result I haven’t seen one in 7 years. But they have offered my management positions to which I said “are you crazy? Give me one good reason why I would want more headaches?” They could not answer that
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