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Bonus Distribution Methods: Group vs. Individual
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Bonus Distribution Methods: Group vs. Individual

BUSS1000 - Future of Business

4 Pages Essays / Projects Year: Pre-2018 Previously uploaded under: BUSS1001 - Understanding Business

HD Essay talking about individual and optimal bonus distribution methods: In the world of business, the choice of bonus distribution method based on high performance is a very prevalent and common issue. The aim of this paper is to showcase the different forms of bonus distribution methods and demonstrate how hybrid bonus distribution systems rather than solely individual or group based is the optimal rewarding method. Firstly, this essay will discuss the various methods of bonus allocations, followed by the advantages and disadvantages of individual bonus rewarding systems, and then finally move on to suggest a possible solution to the bonus distribution dilemma.


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