Bonus culture can lead to resentment

“Civil servants now expect big bonuses if they meet their targets, and if they don’t, bonuses to encourage them to try harder,”

“These bonuses are not linked in any tangible way to any dimensions of performance – in fact, just the opposite.”

“I think it’s actually a way of fudging the books in terms of compensation,”

1 comment

  1. Anonymous
    Posted March 23, 2009 at 4:54 am | # | Reply to this masterpiece

    Bonuses lead to resentment? No fucking shit.

    Even more common and more infuriating at the ceeb is the practice of wildly uneven salaries across people in the same unit, with lower paid grunts doing more work over more hours.

    My producer typically rolled in 3 hours late and often left early. Yeah, thanks.

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