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  1. I have been working as agency in a private care provider. The staff get a good cash bonus if their inspections are good. One member of staff told me they were picked to speak to the inspector but chose not to tell all as they wanted their bonus. If they spoke out all the staff would have lost this payout (£500). Is it legal to offer a bonus that would potentially stop people from being honest and/or whisleblowing?
  2. Looking for some advice for a friend of mine. He works within a department of between 10-15 people. The work all over the Midlands area covering diffrent stores. At the end of each season a cash bonus is paid to them providing targets are met. Some stores clear target when some struggle to make it anywhere near, they work out the bonus based on which stores you have covered 80% of the time. Some people work a variety of stores whilst a select few are allowed to be based at one store only. They find any excuse not to move these stores as they know and often boast about how t
  3. The next round of bankers annual bonuses have been estimated at £5billion between HSBC, Barclays, Lloyds & RBS. RBS who were fined $1.6million dollars in July 2014 for their part in fixing Australian exchange rates are expected to pay out £500million in bonuses. In December 2014 they were fined £400million by regulators in UK & US for their part in il-legally fixing international foreign exchange rates. A week later there were fined £56million by UK regulators after paying out £70million in compensation to customers for a Systems failure in 2012. That is £527million
  4. The company I work for has a track record of not really giving a damn about it's employees, until they need something from them. For the past decade or so, every Christmas, the company gives all of the female employees an expensive bottle of wine and gift vouchers for a few hundred pounds. But the male staff get nothing (doing the exact same job by the way). Even a new member of staff (who only started 3 weeks prior to Christmas) got the wine and gift vouchers, and of course she's female. It certainly seems discriminatory to me on the grounds of sex, but is it illegal? I do
  5. Banker-bashing may be all the rage if you believe what people say but actions speak louder than words. New research suggests nearly half of all current account holders are happy to let banks have the use of their money interest-free. Hot air has done nothing to hurt bankers’ bonuses. Widespread consumer apathy allows these high street institutions to continue to suit themselves when dealing with most people’s salaries and savings. Almost nine in 10 current accounts – more precisely 87pc – pay no interest on credit balances which typically total £130bn before pay day, according to CACI Cur
  6. Insurance company shares crash after £3bn loss, raising fears of further job cuts The insurance firm Aviva will pay no executive bonuses this year and is freezing pay for senior management after crashing into the red with a £3.1bn loss after tax.The company also reduced its full-year dividend by 27%, sending the shares down by 15% in early trading on Thursday, and wiping more than £1.5bn off its stock market value. After selling a string of businesses, Aviva said cashflows from the remaining assets could not sustain the dividend. Mark Wilson, who took over as chief executive in December,
  7. Hi I wondered if I could please get some advice on my current employment situation: I work at a company which has 5 staff members: 3 Directors, myself and my male colleague (we both undertake identical job roles). Our company year runs 1st January to 31st December each year and bonuses are paid at Christmas time (around 21st) based on company performance over that year. Bonuses are at the discretion of the Directors but have never not been paid in the past and there is no clause in my contract referring to bonus entitlement/the circumstances in which it can be wit
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