attendance bonus

attendance bonus

a payment made to employees by their employer as part of their wage to reward satisfactory attendance at work. Although many would argue that such payments should not be necessary because satisfactory attendance is usually a condition of the CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT, it can be a useful means of discouraging ABSENTEEISM.
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Whilst applying an attendance bonus scheme to non-disabled workers who are genuinely ill might seem unfair, it wouldn't be unlawful.
This payment already includes the correction for workplace attendance, which is why we were unable to estimate the exact amount of the indirect attendance bonus.
5%, retaining the attendance bonus in its form but regretfully this offer was rejected.
They included a requirement of being behind the wheel for up to four hours and 45 minutes without a break and the removal of an attendance bonus of up PS224.
For example, Christmas bonuses can be excluded from "regular rate," whereas a bonus based on specific, achievable results must be included--such as an attendance bonus or a production bonus.
Besides the minimum wage workers would also receive a transport and housing allowance of 7 dollars and a regular attendance bonus of 10 dollars per month.
Robert Loco Christophers On Centro's good attendance bonus Can't believe that.
Twitter City Lib-Dem leader Cllr Paula Keaveney said she hoped that if the council was not going to take away the 100% attendance bonus for strikers, the same was applied to everyone.
City Lib-Dem leader Cllr Paula Keaveney said she hoped that, if the council was not going to take away the 100% attendance bonus for strikers, the same was applied to everyone.
The union's demands focus on equal treatment for Bahraini and expat staff - including paying housing allowances to Bahrainis, paying a monthly attendance bonus to expat workers who do not take time off and "stop giving higher salaries to new staff".
For example, in the Depression year of 1934 the White Sox were promising an attendance bonus to four players if the team drew 450,000 fans--a level they had not reached since drawing 494,152 in 1928.
And in an attendance bonus lottery scheme in the second half of last year, which helped cut absenteeism by 11%, 37 staff won new cars and thousands won holiday vouchers in the prize draw.