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Some numbers on AIP. Decent news.

Just got a corporate email from BB. He says we made our goals at 139% over target. Last year, I checked, we did 154% over target. While AIP's are calculated by a number of metrics, this one is important. This year was 90% of last year's. I figure we get 90% of what we did last year, which isn't bad. Not bad at all.

The AIP program is definitely a good one for us.

(Tell ya God's honest truth, it does actually motivate me somewhat)

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My coach said there is a range of personal multiplier for each level of review. Full is 85-105% multiplier. Exceptional is 100%plus. HR financial people get the final say. If your rating is an inconsistent, it’s very possible that you will not be getting a raise and your AIP will be cut down.

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Post ID: @5oio+19uYogQR

AIP not bad. Humana had a pretty good year, except for the 4th quarter. I got a full on my appraisal and a multiplier of over 100. Last year was exceptional got 100. Go figure. Raises below industry average but at least some are getting them, and AIP makes up for the lack of cost of living.

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Post ID: @3xws+19uYogQR

You can also go to go/AIP for the info on how it’s calculated

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Post ID: @2qtw+19uYogQR

There’s a percentage and a multiplier, your coach can explain it to you, and it’s unique to every person based in that, and a range

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Post ID: @2bgr+19uYogQR

Is AIP calculated based on hourly wage or salary?

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Post ID: @1qvf+19uYogQR

Unsure. If you are in inconsistent zone, that's not good. I was Full last year and got 90%, but I was more of a Full minus, like a B minus in school. I imagine most Fulls are 100%. Exceptionals are above that, inconsistents could be in real trouble on AIP. I've never gone Inconsistent so I can't give you a hard number.

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Post ID: @1anz+19uYogQR

how is AIP calculated for people who get Full vs exceptional vs inconsistent on annual review? anyone know?

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