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trupti nigam
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Joined: Jun 21, 2001
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I joined a new company an year ago and came to know that on the joining day, generally the performance review is done.
My manager has not indicated anything regarding this. Should I ask him about it? or wait?

Thanks
Trupti
Mark Herschberg
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Joined: Dec 04, 2000
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Yes.

Companies typically do reviews once a year, bi-annually, or quarterly. Often annual reviews are done at the end of the calendar of fiscal year. However if you've been there for a year and have not yet had one, it would be good to ask about it. You can also ask HR about it (although I would try your manager first.)

Personally, I don't wait for annual reviews (and think they are not frequenct enough). I'll ask for feedback 30 days after joining a new job. I'll then ask for a review every 3-6 months. While a company may only require annual reviews, they certainly won't prohibit informal ones more often.

Also remember to ask your peers and subordinates (if you have any) for feedback as well.

--Mark
peter cooke
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Joined: Mar 16, 2004
Posts: 314
After 15 years in the programming industry.

I don't expect raises. If you are lucky you will get a 1-3 percent cost of living increase.

I have always made up the difference when I changed jobs.


CIAO Peter M. Cooke
peter cooke
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After 15 years in the programming industry.

I don't expect raises. If you are lucky you will get a 1-3 percent cost of living increase.

I have always made up the difference when I changed jobs.
peter cooke
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opps some how this was posted twice
Jignesh Patel
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Joined: Nov 03, 2001
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True upto many extent. But doesn't apply same to startup.
 
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