i have a job where i dont have a contract and next month im working here a year.
i was apoinnted to do certain things but now i am doing more. i also heard that i must have a raise each year no matter what. is this true?
It depends on your state, labor laws, and your companies policy.
it depends on where you live but i know in canada you are given a raise after certain amounts of time. check with your government to get the right answers.
There is more information needed here. Are you working under a contract? If not, does your organization have a job classification system? Does it have a human resource manual with rights and protections in writing for the employee? Or are you working for a private employer who sets everything by the mouth and nothing is in writing?
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