The Xmas hand-out: A bonus of contention
- The Mailbag. Delogu, Nancy // HR Specialist: Employment Law;Jan2015, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p8
The article presents questions and answers related to employment policy in the U.S. which include handling out bonuses to selected employees, considering an employee who is returning from Nigeria to undergo a 21-day quarantine and terminating an employee if he refused to take a drug test.
- Woolworths is offering temps a Christmas bonus. // Personnel Today;9/17/2002, p4
Focuses on the retention bonus scheme offered to temporary staff hired by Woolworths.
- The Employee as Co-Owner. Meyer, Douglas O. // Mortuary Management;Feb2011, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p24
The article focuses on the legal implications of firing an employee who owns stocks and remains as an owner in the U.S. It cites a case of a mortuary owner and an employee whom he offered stocks to depict the disadvantages of such move. The author warns that an employee who is also an owner will...
- Q&A. // Manager's Legal Bulletin;12/1/2014, Vol. 28 Issue 23, p4
The article presents questions and answers related to validation of firing an employee to a telecommuter on her electronic mail (e-mail) and employees right to demand company bonuses.
- Weekly dilemmaâ€¦ Paying bonuses to former employees. Naftalin, Daniel // Personnel Today;2/21/2006, p18
The article presents a question and its answer related to the issue of payment of bonuses to former employees. An employee who had a successful 2005 has recently been dismissed from his company for gross misconduct prior to payment of the bonus. He claims he is entitled to the full performance...
- No bonuses for media bosses. // People Management;1/29/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p8
The article reports on the decision of Trinity Mirror Group, publisher of the "Daily Mirror" and many regional newspapers in the U.S., not to pay its executive committee or managers any bonuses for 2008. A reduction in advertising and circulation have also forced the publisher to implement a pay...
- COULD CASE CAUSE DESERT STORM? Keith, John // People Management;9/14/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 18, p22
The article highlights the Takacs versus Barclays Services Jersey Ltd. regarding bonus payment in Great Britain. It says that an investment banker whose potential bonus was based on the value of the credit deals he was able to complete is involved in the case. The banker claims that he was...
- PCS prepares to fight DWP over changes. Conrad, Mark // Public Finance;7/9/2004, p15
Reports that the Public and Commercial Services union has rolled out a ballot of no confidence in the Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) management following concerns over pay and planned job cuts in Great Britain. Use of a quota system to determine performance-related pay; Accusation of...
- How far can military go in punishing obese soldiers? Brown, Justin // Christian Science Monitor;11/9/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 245, p6
Discusses instances in which the United States military has discharged employees for being overweight. How the military has a pre-set limit on body fat percentages; Demand that such personnel return previously paid bonuses; Court cases that have arisen.
- Bayer Plans Pay Reductions. // Chemical Market Reporter;7/19/2004, Vol. 266 Issue 2, p6
Reports on the decision of Bayer AG to decrease the number of job cuts planned for 2004 to 2005. Result of agreement with staff representatives for reduction in performance-related pay and bonuses; Pledge of maintaining training and education programs; Aim of achieving cost reduction.