Year-End Bonus

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Year-End Bonus

A bonus paid to employees at the end of a calendar year. Year-end bonuses are popular with employees, but bad feelings can result if they received a bonus one year but not the next. However, they are good for morale, especially since they come close to Christmas and other end-of-year holidays. Year-end bonuses may be calculated based on sales, collections, performance or in some other way.
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TOKYO - Employees of listed companies will receive year-end bonuses averaging a 16-year high of 748,621 yen this year, up 2.
Business owners in the Northeast were the most likely to give year-end bonuses (49%) followed by the North Central region (43%), South (42%) and West (39%).
Only 6% expect year-end bonuses to go up, and a few are getting rid of them altogether.
March's average overall cash earnings, including those paid for fiscal year-end bonuses and other temporary reasons, came to 281,158 yen, down 0.
Heading into December and January, investment companies like Prudential typically will see a rise in traffic as investors rush to make retirement contributions and save year-end bonuses.
The average income in December, including year-end bonuses, decreased 1.
Heading into December, investment companies like Prudential typically will see a rise in traffic as investors rush to make retirement contributions and save year-end bonuses.
We worked hard to deliver the new Partner Attribution component just in time to help firms factor attribution into their year-end bonuses.
6 percent to 914,720 yen, with extraordinary income and year-end bonuses declining 2.
It was the end of dot com utopia, the end of a ten-year economic joyride and, much to the dismay of executives throughout the country, it will be the end of lavish year-end bonuses.
Evgeni Stoykov, CEO of Maritsa Iztok Mines AD allegedly withdrew his signature from the paper despite the expected BGN 500 M revenues of the company, thereby leaving the miners without the year-end bonuses.
On average, responding CFOs anticipate year-end bonuses to decrease by over three percent (mean) compared with those issued in 2006.