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EMCE
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now i may mimic his movements while gesturing with my hands (inside of my office with the door closed, so no one thinks I'm crazy, of course) .

3/5/2019 2:32:13 PM

BettrOffDead
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Lol, congrats man!

I got the worst raise ever this year. So insulting. Somehow I'm "maxed" out on what I can earn because of the alleged median salary for my role or some nonsense like that.

3/6/2019 8:19:01 AM

BettrOffDead
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Congrats

3/6/2019 8:19:24 AM

BettrOffDead
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nice, we might not get raises this year, havent heard. glad i dont need more

3/6/2019 8:19:47 AM

BettrOffDead
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^^^ yeah, I hear ya man. I've definitely had years like that. Its all about where you are on the ratio I guess.


Current salary / average for your role (some ill defend group of people ) = your ratio = X

Then your company has to decide if X (how compensated you are for your role relation to the market) is worth giving you a raise depending on your performance. Seems like a great way to incentivize crummy raises for most employees, as long as they keep a few super talented people happy. So, define whatever distribution you want.... maybe 15% get awesome raises, 35% get pretty good raises, and 50% get shitty raises while you give them some garbage about market averages.

3/6/2019 8:23:45 AM

BettrOffDead
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...in my pants!

3/6/2019 8:24:13 AM

Geppetto
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Yeah, a lot of places are going to that model. we are, as well.

Basically, assuming being at the median, top get 4 to 4.5%, middle groups get 3.75 to 3%, and others get cost of living as the company has defined.

if you're a standard deviation above it's something like -1 to the raise percentage (gradually getting you back to median over time), and if you're below it is +1 to the raise percentage (gradually getting you up to median).

3/6/2019 10:44:18 AM

afripino
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Also, if you're in a bonusable position, that may have something to do with it.

3/6/2019 3:14:17 PM

kiljadn
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Highly undeserved. I'll be speaking to HR about this.

3/14/2019 3:42:39 PM

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