Due to inflation Que changed the merit budget to 7.5%. Glad to see them working to retain us and stay competitive.
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Reviews are the end by then the % are already set. Only very minor changes. Looks like some VPs are making promises
How are you finding out your merit %? Reviews aren't even being done yet.
Only got 8% in connected industrial
Got a 7% in HBT
I am in connected Atlanta forge and got a 9.5%, it's amazing for my first year in America. I love it.
This directly conflicts with what I heard: there’s no additional budget being put aside to compensate for inflation.
Don’t get anyones hopes up, this is HON. Take your 1.2% or leave. Darius will make sure he and the 1% get paid, but the bottom will suffer.
HCE is for people from a specific geo. So for sure you want a raise of climb up you must leave. Look at those CTOs there. See much that are not from that geo location? Untrustworthy as heck.
Aero is hemmoraging people too. Most of the talent has left and of the few remaining, half are on their way out too. And they are not getting much in the way of good applicants.
Even if this were true, I don’t think 7.5% is enough to stem the tide. HON corporate policies are worse than just about any other company. It’s a great job market and leaving will get you much more than 7.5%
I just left after 20 years for a better job and it’s a different world being with a company that respects and treats its employees well. And got a nice raise - much better than 7.5%. And guaranteed vacation time. What a concept.
I'm happy for you, @OP. Please report back when you start to see it in your paycheck. Now, just one small detail...in order to STAY competitive, you first have to BE competitive, and that has not happened yet.
Hce is hemmoraging people. The attempt to do a cloud product puts them in a pricey skills market. I can believe they will do something.
Bottom line is that it doesnt matter. No adjustment will match the bump for switching companies. If you are in atlanta move now.
Honeywell and an overwhelming number of other companies have never given raises based on a COLA (cost of living allowance). The raises, on any given year if we even get one, have always been purely merit based. Dream on OP.
Another BS from Connected... You can't have inflation on wind. And that's what they sell so... No change of price. What's next from CE? A merit of 20%? Obviously, an HCE CTO talking trash
So HW will tell customers that they will raise their products price up at least 10%? Hmm. Something got to be cut. 7.5% and nothing in return. I got to see to believe it.
More like 3%.
Unlike to hear that from madsen. Just war stories about how hard it was followed by insults.