Thread regarding Pearson VUE layoffs

"November Pay Increase"

Has anybody else checked their first paystub for November? I see they haven't implemented the first pay increase yet. I'm so sick and tired of this cheap a-s company. Vue employees worked through this entire fu----g pandemic in many states and here's this fu----g company delaying the pay increases. I bet they'll wait until the end of January to start the second pay increase.

This company really is cheap as he-l. They tout this "world class exam security" and then pay their employees like burger flippers and treat them like an afterthought.

Fu-k this company. I'm looking for a new job. Rant over.

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Post ID: @OP+1dLb7j4p

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Is the 2nd increase happening? Haven't heard a peep about it since it was announced publicly in the town hall appreciation meeting. Hours have decreased more than normal for January, February and March in our center. My belief is that is to make up for the pay increase. Fewer hours at more pay is the same total payout as more hours at less pay.

This division does very well in the company yet the people who make that possible get squeezed mercilessly. The burger flipper comment above is accurate. Nothing wrong with the burger flippers themselves but the perception is that they are interchangeable and expendable. Every fast food place is seeing that turned out to be false. Pearson Vue Qualifications and Assessments should take notice.

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Post ID: @Xudy+1dLb7j4p

The pay increase is nice but it’s going be negated by the cut in hours that we see early in the year. There’s no way to get ahead in these positions.

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Post ID: @Unpe+1dLb7j4p

January increase will only take you from $14 to $15. They will go back on their statement which implied everyone. Again, it's because of federal contractor rates. Not because of being decent.

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Post ID: @lakm+1dLb7j4p

Did you get the increase? Even though publicly said in the Town Hall not all centers did. All center went up to at least $14 but that's because being a federal contractor required it.
Latest paycheck should have the increase if there is one.

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Post ID: @loda+1dLb7j4p

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