Definition: Bonuses linked to individual or collective performance

Labour market

These bonuses are not paid regularly at each pay period and are linked to individual or collective performance. The amount of such bonuses is not laid down in advance and is determined according to production objectives, quality, productivity, value added, turnover or the profits of the enterprise.
Source:
Community statistics on the level and structure of labour costs 1996 - List, definition and breakdown of the variables, p.5
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