Money paid in addition to a stated compensation.
something extra, usually a payment, as a reward for good work, or for undertaking a dangerous or unpleasant job.
Means a payment a physician or entity receives beyond any salary, fee-for-service payments, capitation or returned withhold. Bonuses and other compensation that are not based on referral or utilization levels (such as bonuses based solely on quality of care, patient satisfaction or physician participation on a committee) are not considered in the calculation of substantial financial risk.
A sum of money paid by an employer to an employee
money given which is extra to a regular wage to reward good performance or productivity
Additional compensation paid or to be paid to a contractor by the owner as a reward for accomplishing predetermined objectives that are over and above the basic requirements of the contract between the owner and contractor.
Reward given by the employer to the employees, based on personal and/or company performance. It can be either monetary or non-monetary.
an additional payment (or other remuneration) to employees as a means of increasing output
a form of compensation based on performance (but not on a percentage of charitable contributions raised) that is paid as an incentive to performance in addition to a salary or fee
a key ingredient to our compensation, it should be dealt with in light of other employee compensation
a lump sum payment that is not a permanent increase to the base salary of the individual and may be granted at the discretion of the President
a monetary reward for good performance on a particular merchant, paid using the affiliate payment levels
an amount granted and paid to an employee for his industry and loyalty which contributed to the success of the employer's business and made possible the realization of profits
an irregular payment increase tied to good work results and the work input of the employee
a one-time payment to the employee that is not built into his or her pay rate
a one-time payment, while an allowance is a continuing payment
a payment beyond the regular wage or salary, usually paid to reward employees for their contribution to a successful year for the farm business, or to reward length of service
a payment given to an employee in addition to usual wages
a reward paid to an employee for the services that they have conducted
a single lump-sum payment not part of an annual salary
a "thank you", an arbitrary, discretionary reward
Compensation received by an employee for services performed. A bonus is given in addition to an employee's usual compensation.
An element of the performance payout that consists of a one-time lump-sum payment made to employees. It is not part of basic pay.
A financial reward, usually, at the end of the year, said to signify approval of a worker's performance. No company is legally bound to provide a bonus, but it's considered good form, if the company has had a good year, to provide a bonus to employees.
A bonus is a sum of money or an equivalent (stocks, company shares) given in addition to usual compensation, normally for outstanding performance and service. See Commission and Tips.
A payment, over and above an individual's regular salary based on performance or company profits.
A lump sum payment received by an employee, in addition to their base pay, as a result of the employee, team or organization achieving pre-set targets.
An added benefit. A sum paid to an employee over and above his/her regular pay. [D02419] RMW
A payment or reward given to an employee, a team, a division, or an entire company, because of performance. Bonuses can be paid as cash, but also as stock options, shares, or other valuable things.
A sum of money or equivalent given to an employee in addition to regular compensation. Bonuses are usually based on the performance of the employee or the performance of the company.
An extra reward paid by employers to employees at a certain time of the year or in recognition of performance.
Not to be confused with Commissions. This is the remuneration that is based on the percentage of sales volume of others, downline of the payee, in accordance with the respective provisions of the Compensation Plan.
The U.S. Dept. of Labor's National Compensation Survey considers production bonuses to be part of an employee's wages and nonproduction bonuses to be part of the benefits component. Production Bonus. Extra payment based on exceeding a quota or completing a project in less time than scheduled. Nonproduction Bonus. A cash payment not directly related to an employee or group's output.
Bonuses are sometimes paid by companies to employees. If regular, we can often use these to support your income when applying for a loan.
A one-time payment that does not become part of the employee's base pay.