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Yearly review incentives

What is up with this pathetic yearly incentive percentage raises? I got a high 4 on my review and got a mere 1.5% which was not even a dent in my hourly pay. Any body else?

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Post ID: @OP+19F2zasz

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Your lucky you got anything. My entire team got nothing. No raise no bonus.

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Post ID: @upsv+19F2zasz

I earned a 5 star this year but got 1.3% and an RRP of only 11%. Be grateful, so many of us did much worse but performed our assess off.

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Post ID: @jzhx+19F2zasz

Trolling here sorry. If you are at Anthem and you “meet expectations” the minimum raise is 2.5 % FYI. Sounds like you need to consider Anthem

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Post ID: @6erz+19F2zasz

I also got a 4 and and a 1.5% raise, but I’m thankful. It’s better than being unemployed.

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Post ID: @4rsy+19F2zasz

I got a 1% increase for a 3 and seems to be consistent with other colleagues.

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Post ID: @2gdr+19F2zasz

I've gotten between 1 -1.2% every year with a rating of 4. This year I receieved a 5 on my review and the raise was 1.5%

Look elsewhere if you want more than 2% raise

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Post ID: @1puh+19F2zasz

Have you read anything posted here? You won't ever keep up with the COLA here.

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Post ID: @1lik+19F2zasz

It's been that way since 2009. I got decent raises before that, but after the economy crashed they figured out that they could minimize raises and get away with it. I never had a raise bigger than 1.5% since. With the cost of living going up 3% each year, I was further in the hole every year.

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Post ID: @1tam+19F2zasz

You were lucky to get that. A lot of people got 1% for a 4 and a lot were 3 with big fat zero. 5's only get at most 3.25% The overall merit funding rate was only like 1.8% this year. I don't think that rate has been over 2% since i have been involved and that sets the baseline.

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Post ID: @ylh+19F2zasz

You're working for the wrong company if you are expecting anything more than 1-3% for a yearly increase.

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