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Old 07-15-2006, 12:47 AM
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Quoth FastFoodFlunky
I was hired at my workplace back in November '05. I was promised an evaluation after 6 months and a subsequent raise of up to $0.25 more an hour if I passed.
Just look at this way. What does increasing the starting pay for new employees have anything to with YOUR wage increase?

It would be interesting to find out if employees that started after the base pay increase are going to get performance increases. Some of them should be coming up on their 6 month evals rather shortly.

Old 07-15-2006, 04:36 AM
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Thank you all very much for your helpful replies.

The co-manager knows i'm on about this. She is a very busy woman but says she is going to talk to the DM tomorrow (although she said last week she was going to talk to him Monday..and then today...now it's tomorrow). We'll see what happens, and if a meeting can be scheduled.

I will indeed keep you all posted.

Old 07-15-2006, 05:41 AM
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Even if she's a busy woman, if she keeps forgetting, keep reminding her! Don't nag or whine or be childish about it, but definetly keep reminding her. Some people honestly are really busy, and some procrastinate. I'm not accusing her of procrastinating, I'm just saying that you need to make sure that a meeting gets set up as soon as possible! If you want your raise, keep reminding her!
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