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Bonus

Compensation in money and/or stocks over and above one's salary. Bonuses are given after a company realizes exceptionally high profits and for extremely good work employees perform. Bonuses often are given near the end of the year or major holidays.
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Aljamain Sterling: $160,000 ($75,000 to show, $75,000 win bonus, $10,000 fight week incentive pay)
Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) cut variable pay for 2018 by as much as 15 percent, while Credit Suisse Group AG (NYSE: CS) said that its bonus pool would more or less be flat.
In the consumer sector, back in CY08-09 about 30-40% dividend paying companies used to announce bonus issues whereas currently, only TREET follows this trend.
Qualified for the bonus are personnel still in government service as of Oct.
The BET SARE bonus is available to all Chezacash participants each time you place 5 bets @50/= per bet slip with minimum odds of 2.5 per game.
According to the contract, the employees will get a minimum of INR23,231 and a maximum of INR46,323 in bonus. The average bonus amount will be INR36,501, according to sources.
Max Life Insurance has the unique bonus policy where it offers three bonus options - Cash Bonus, Paid Up Additions (PUA) and Premium Offset, which the policyholders can choose to suit their specific needs.
Meanwhile, 1,300 Bacolod City employees will also enjoy a P25,000 Collection Negotiation Agreement incentive bonus, which is almost six times higher than last year's bonus of P3,500.
In 2013, roughly 12 percent of workers received a bonus. In 2016, the figure was about 16 percent.
Stripping out the impact of the finance industry, bonus payments across the whole economy rose 5.1% to a record PS31.4bn for the period.
* Non-discretionary: Some employers have a bonus plan that states with specificity the criteria that must be met in order for the employee to be eligible to receive the bonus.
People employed in health and social work had the lowest average bonus of close to zero.