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This has been a topic discussed before, but since we have so many new members, I would like to hear from shop owners to see how they handle bonuses for this time of the year.

 

I know that many businesses, not just repair shops have reduced the amount of bonus, and some have cut it out. Due to recent tough recession.

 

Do you give a bonus as a percentage of regular pay?

Do you give a flat bonus based on years at the job?

Do you give a bonus in gifts, or tool gift certificates?

Do you give a bonus as part of a retirement contribution?

Do you factor in performance, quality, comebacks, etc?

Do you give a bonus at all?

 

Any other thoughts with regard to bonus?

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