A Third of Employers Give Bonuses to the Poorest Performers
For the fifth year in a row, bonus payouts will fall short of what employers had budgeted for, according to a Towers Watson survey of 170 large and midsize U.S. employers. The 2015 projected bonus funding for companies is, on average, 89 percent of the performance target. That's down from 93 percent last year.
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