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  • transfer pay cut?

    I was just wondering if when you transfer you get a pay cut, or do you keep your current pay rate?

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    Re: transfer pay cut?

    You take the base rate of pay for whichever department you transfer to and lose all your seniority at DLR. At WDW, as long as you aren't transfering to an O&T position, then you keep your seniority and you take the rate of pay equal to whatever your seniority places you in your new department.
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      Re: transfer pay cut?

      Thank you

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