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View Poll Results: 2019 Merit Raise
x <0% 3 1.55%
x = 0% 7 3.63%
0% < x <= 1% 3 1.55%
1% < x <= 2% 30 15.54%
2% < x <= 3% 60 31.09%
3% < x <= 4% 47 24.35%
4% < x <= 5% 21 10.88%
5% < x 22 11.40%
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is that all short term or some long term?
half is paid now, 25% in 1 year with interest, 25% in 2 years with interest.
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half is paid now, 25% in 1 year with interest, 25% in 2 years with interest.
got it, I suspected as such. I would probably only count the 1/2 paid now plus the prior two 25% in a survey like this FWIW. That's how DWS reports it (Paid Bonus).
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But, is he also getting paid 25% from previous years during this month?
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But, is he also getting paid 25% from previous years during this month?
that's what I said! count 50% of this year + the prior two 25% that was "earned" this year.
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that's what I said! count 50% of this year + the prior two 25% that was "earned" this year.
Oh yeah.
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Raise: +2.25%
Bonus: 13.9%
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And if your boss says "not ok" because he doesnt like you doing that kind of work?

Or (insert other explanation here that has nothing to do with actual work capacity)

Decisions to show initiative are usually made at the margins. Having a controlling boss destroys that.
If I feel strongly about it I'll rope in the other person into the discussions to see if we can work something out. The only times I've gotten a "no" tend to be because I have something really important to do for my official boss, for good reason. Cross-department work is encouraged, usually.
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you at Lloyd's yet?
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got it, I suspected as such. I would probably only count the 1/2 paid now plus the prior two 25% in a survey like this FWIW. That's how DWS reports it (Paid Bonus).
that's fair. numbers not materially different
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also got an additional 5% profit share on 2018 earnings (base + paid bonus)
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