increase on anniversary date
If employee evaluations are scheduled annually on the employee's anniversary date, and an increase is given, should the increase be effective on the anniversary date or the date the evaluation is done? Sometimes our managers drag their feet and don't get evaluations done for six weeks to two months after an anniversary date, then they make the increase effective the day of the review. I feel the increase should be retro to the anniversary date of the employee. It isn't the employee's fault the manager didn't get the review done on time. What do others do?