Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?
While they rake in millions each of unearned bonuses, JS had the nerve to say “he doesn’t believe in giving unearned bonuses”, so we even lost our 250.00 Christmas bonus, yet this dude gets millions several times a year & hasn’t earned 1 dim
Posted 11 days ago
benifits are not aligned with similar sized companies and employyes are not incented to exceed or achieve.
Posted 20 days ago
Just a number on a soread sheet thats all i am. They woukd pay minimum wage if it was not for the union.
Review from Operations Dept
No just to do a better job not well I can't get things done I just give up
Salary is not honest to what it is supposed to be
I haven't had a raise in 4 years, and meanwhile medical insurance has gotten significantly more expensive over that time. During the Pandemic we had remote work and flexible hours, but recently there has been a company wide effort to pull back on these practices.
No wage rises for over 5 years
Drastically undervalued. Significant pay increase and prmotion would make me feel valued.
Actually providing yearly raises, ditching the stupid rating system that no one can get above a five on because management is instructed to not LET them be rated better. Give the damn bonuses back like oooh say Christmas bonus?
Inequity in pay is prevelant. Younger emlpoyees leave to leverage experience elsewhere. Older employees looking toward early retirement or consulting.
the leaders cannot lead period
they tantalize you with the promise of stock to get you to stay, then they lay you off before the stock vests
If i wasnt constantly targeted by management, had my sexual harassment complaint taken seriously (the majority of the employees were aware of what he had done) And he was given a promotion, a secret bonus and a raise. And havingn my job threatened
My pension will NEVER go up. The former union has no power anymore to negotiate cost of living raises.
Regular evaluations that included raises. I save the company millions of dollars and would like to be compensated for that.
Better healthcare, with lower premiums.
The employee medical can be much cheeper! And making retirees pay a monthly premium almost $400 is wrong!
Review from Sales Dept
Its a game of favorits
a raise, have not had a raise in over years. I am told that I already make more than my teammates, my teammates have great trust in me and have shown me their pay. Nearly all make between $10 and $15 per hour more than I do, I have a degree in Business management and feel highly undervalued.
368 employees at Lumen (formerly CenturyLink) score their wages and compensation a D on average. As a testament to this, when employees are asked “Do you believe you're paid fairly?”, 46% say Yes. The HR department is the most satisfied with their compensation, ranking it 91/100, a full 66 pts above the Design department. If you want detailed data about Lumen (formerly CenturyLink) wages, see the <a href="https://www.comparably.com/companies/lumen-centurylink/salaries">wage breakdown by department, job titles, locations, and more.</a>
Rate Compensation the Highest
Department - HR
Ethnicity - Asian or Pacific Islander
Experience - Entry Level
Rate Compensation the Lowest
Department - Design
Ethnicity - Other
Department - Communications
How Lumen (formerly CenturyLink) Compensation Score is Calculated