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What does it mean by a job says it has no time constraints on promotions. Its based on ability and contributio?

I got this new job as a facility technician for ingersoll rand/ Nelson Refrigeration. I have no experience but is currently in college to get a degree in Hvac technology and career studies certificate in commercial electrician. I'm starting at 14.50 hr. Is that good for entry level. Will this be good for a promotion?

Asked By: hit22 - 5/21/2010
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No constraints on promotions means that you can receive pay raises easily, without having to be there for at least six months to a year like most jobs. This means it is a company that has lots of opportunities and Ingersoll is a good company, if you ever see a guy named Big Johnny tell him Mike said hey! For no... More
Answered By: elt2yraas - 5/25/2010
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i guess that means that there is no formula to how you become promoted within the company. For example, some places will raise your pay after the probation period or your pay will be scheduled to go up annually..it doesnt seem like they do stuff like that but rather judge your performance and go from there..
Answered By: Guess - 5/21/2010
 
14.5 is about base prevailing wage. after you actually get your degree is when you approach them for a promotion, not when your taking classes.
Answered By: Like for sure dude - 5/21/2010
 
It means they base their promotion on how much effort and how fast you learn, not how long you have been there. Sounds like a good job. I hate seeing people that have been working at a place five years and they get promoted just because they have been there longer even though I do more work and know more than them... More
Answered By: Curious George - 5/21/2010
 
$14.50 is good for entry-level and no experience, especially no degree. No time constraints on promotions means they don't promote you after a certain set amount of time, but when they feel you're ready to move on to the next level. Could be weeks, months, or however quickly you get good at the job.
Answered By: stevo - 5/21/2010
 
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