Employee Raise Policy
Employees are reviewed annually on the anniversary month of when they were hired to see if they meet the minimum raise requirements.
In order to qualify for a raise the employee must meet the following criteria:
A minimum of 16 hrs worked per week averaged over the course of 50 weeks. (Total hours worked/ # of weeks per year (50) = average hours worked.)
- No suspensions received for the previous 52 weeks
- Not appearing on the top 20 late list for 2 or more months
If an employee meets the eligibility criteria the following steps are taken:
- A review of all accountability forms submitted towards the employee in question
- A review of all recognition forms submitted
- A review of all top 20 lists the employee was part of
In addition to the review above a survey is sent to 3 senior management members and/or supervisors that worked closely with the employee in question to rate the employee on a number of criteria.
A numerical score will be produced after finding the weighted average of the 3 reviews. Raises will be generated with a formula that utilizes the total of hrs worked for the given year, as well as the weighted score number generated from the survey results.
Year 1 Max Performance Based Raise = $0.75/hr (Full-Time Employees)
Year 1 Max Performance Based Raise = $0.37/hr (Part-Time Employees)
Year 2+ Max Performance Based Raise = $0.50/hr (Full-Time Employees)
Year 2+ Max Performance Based Raise = $0.25/hr (Part-Time Employees)
*Maximum lifetime raise is $3.00/hr for all none supervisor/managerial roles