79% of managers’ companies offer bonuses. 86% plan to pay their employees before the New Year. This follows from the results of a survey conducted for RB.RU by the Anketolog.ru service.

86% of employers plan to pay bonuses before the New Year: study

In most companies, employees know in what indicators they will be paid a bonus. For most, the conditions for receiving payment are agreed upon in advance; for 35%, they are specified in the contract.

Most often, managers pay bonuses for achieving planned goals – 55%, work results – 54%, for the quality of the work of an employee or department – 49%, in honor of a memorable event for an employee – 34%.

43% pay bonuses quarterly, 27% of respondents pay bonuses annually and 26% do so monthly. In this case, 80-100% of employees receive one-third bonuses.

35% of employers pay a bonus of 10 thousand to 30 thousand rubles, another 34% indicated an average bonus of up to 10 thousand rubles, 16% – from 30 to 50 thousand rubles. For 8% of respondents, the average payment to employees ranges from 50,000 to 70,000 rubles. For 4% of respondents, employees can receive from 70 thousand to 100 thousand rubles, for 3% – more than 110 thousand rubles.

14% of respondents will not transfer additional payments this December. Among the reasons are lack of budget, a difficult situation in the organization and failure to meet objectives. Due to a personal attitude towards an employee, 4% of managers are deprived of bonuses, and 2% use non-payment of bonuses as a way to motivate staff.

Service specialists interviewed more than 400 heads of Russian organizations whose companies offer bonuses to their employees. The survey was conducted from December 7 to 15, 2023.

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Karina Pardaeva

Source: RB

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