Remuneration strategies

Some common questions about Remuneration:

The bonus scheme can be at the discretion of the employer rather than an implied term in the Contract. You may decide to include the bonus scheme in the Contract but with careful wording. For example, ‘payment of any bonuses is at the discretion of the employer’. You would also need to clearly set out the target that an employee must reach in order to receive the bonus and details about how the bonus will be calculated.

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