Just FYI. Budgets and salary recomended salary ranges are out. I did the math with my reports data and the change in midpoint CO for multiple PSGs is 6%
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between 3% - 8% guaranteed
Thanks, nutless lumper, (the site popcorn troll) you're very easy to spot and it's nice that you have found a role in life, here 24-7, 365.
I was thinking of trying to get a petition going to get Popcorn rehired in Houston just to shut him up around here! He could help out in the cafeteria if nothing else.
3lzm: 100% on the poppy scale… a true blue hallmark popcorn post. Classic.
Reading through this thread my first impression is that the disadvantage of being intelligent is that it hurts to watch someone act d-mb. Simple-mindedness, however, protects against this pain which is why, in this business, I suspect it is may be better to be d-mb than intelligent.
Sad as it might be, I normally hear about managements decisions/plans here first: like change to Agile(ish), years base raise, bonus numbers, and, yes, layoffs.
No, very much employed, but I do see that the popcorn troll who has no gonads nor knowledge to successfully invest is still here 24-7 and 100% absolutely has no life, like some others. why? no woman/man, whatever?, no social life, no friends in real life? I would be concerned if I were you. Admit it and Get help ASAP. You're welcome.
6%? Man I remember the days of 10-12% annually.
This isn’t a real Layoff board. Yah yah we know it’s called a Layoff board but it’s really an information board. I know it’s confusing for m0r0ns like you who like to take everything literally. Take it for what it is….a place for gossip, info and news about the company. Now go get a life.
Poppy corn thinks he owns the place, because he has nothing else to do. Just ignore.
That old sad sack troll. He was sacked in Houston in 2016, fell for the annuity, and now haunts this board for the rest of his life.
Layoff police is back! I assume you were laid off then, since you criticize those of us employed and posting here. Why does it bother you that we use this site to talk about the company? Move on!! Get employment or joy elsewhere?
For the rest of those who are employed. What are you spending your juicy bonus on?
I generally troll the layoffs boards for info about the company that I work for, to hear the news from the ones who were cut or who congregate here because they expect to be cut for poor performance. They are a reliable source?
Salary and bonuses are announced mid-late February. Bonus paid March 7th.
When are bonuses usually announced and then delivered? Early February?
1odc: While better than a stick in the eye, a 6% raise is not that great after a year when inflation was 7%. Given that I have been in grade several years now, you will have to forgive me for not dancing a jig at the news that I will be effectively getting a pay cut this year.
I am personnaly thrilled with 6%! I consider it quite generous of management, given the circumstances.
@1nig, so you’re another believer in that 8 to 9% inflation is the real figure to go with? You obviously don’t do the household shopping. The actual rise in groceries, auto and homeowners insurance premiums, clothing, and general hardware goods put that published inflation percentage to shame. The real average year-over-year inflation is closer to 14 to 25%, and I’ve seen several more things go up more than 50%. Social Security recipients were screwed over with the 8.7% COLA increase they got for 2023. You simply cannot trust the Bureau of Labor Statistics or the American government anymore.
Only 2% behind inflation. Cool.
@ugx?? what are you talking about. OP here. All supervisors we have the data and there was a 6% movement in the COs.
Also yes, I have an employee who had a low CO for his PSG and great performance and recommended increase % is above 12%
are you seeing raise recommendations above 10% in any cases? i.e 6%+x
Nope. Nothing have been approved yet.
Well, that does not mean you will get at least a 6%. If your CO is more than 100, then you contribute less of that 6% to the budget of your supervisor. Only a team with all low COs will see those big increases