Almost a month ago, I shared with you all that Jordan got a raise. He had an incredible performance review and was left feeling valued and confident.
Four weeks later and it's all gone to crap. I won't get into all the details other to say that he works for a company that is perhaps the least organized and professional that I have ever seen when it comes to managing performance/salary expectations.
His pay raise has been reduced from $300/month down to $250/month and he will not receive the increase in pay until November. Effective November 4th - both pays for the month should show the new rate. A month of stress, anxiety and b*ll sh*t for $600....it's pretty pathetic that the leadership at his company chose to behave that way. He will also start getting a flat $40/month to cover part of his cell phone bill has he's expected to take off-the-clock work phone calls.
His new annual salary of $54,400 ($26.15/hour) will net about $68.62 more each pay, or $1.784.13 a year - which is about $462.02 less then we were anticipating. I'll be updating the 2014 budget with the new numbers this week as we get closer to posting it.