Not often, and they are minimal when you do get a raise. I have worked here for 2 years.
If there is money in the budget, that is when you might get a raise. Raises are well below the COLA.
All staff that I know have gotten a raise each year over the last five years. This includes front-line staff.
The only staff who have not gotten raises are those who have performance issues. The amount of raise you get is based on a performance evaluation.
I have been working at Wesley Family Services for five years and have only had one raise. They use the excuse that they are non-profit and can only give raises when they can afford it. Management gets a yearly raise, not front-line staff.
I have been with the company for five years and I have gotten a raise every single year. I am with the Family Based Mental Health Program (legacy Wesley Spectrum).
Every two years or so. They always have en excuse that they are non-profit and cannot afford to give raises on a yearly basis.
Answered - Family Therapist (Current Employee) - Greensburg, PA
I have not had a raise yet because there is no money in the budget. I am told we get a raise every two or three years.
Answered - Family Based (Current Employee) - Pittsburgh, PA
At least once a year. They are based on job performance and goal that you the staff are part of creating the year before. It all gets worked out to a percent of your current pay and that is added to you pay.
Every two or three years. Raises are unfair and do not add to much.
Answered - Mental Health Therapist (Former Employee) - Wilkinsburg, PA
You don't. That is one of the reasons why the turn over rate is so high. Raises are rare and do not amount to more than a few cents per hour, if you are lucky enough to qualify for a raise. They always find a reason to prevent staff from getting a raise.