Bulgaria -Over half of employers plan on paying Christmas bonuses to employees -November 23, 2014

At 57%, more than half of the employers are planning to pay their staff Christmas bonuses this year according to a survey of the Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association (BICA). Almost three in ten employers have not decided whether they will pay such a bonus, whereas 15% said they cannot afford to do so.

At 57%, more than half of the employers are planning to pay their staff Christmas bonuses this year according to a survey of the Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association (BICA). Almost three in ten employers have not decided whether they will pay such a bonus, whereas 15% said they cannot afford to do so. In most cases, bonuses are tied to the financial results of the company. 27% of companies will give Christmas bonus payments of up to BGN 100 to their employees, 35% will pay extra sums of BGN 100-300 and 38% will hand out holiday bonuses of over BGN 300.

English: http://www.novinite.com/view_news.php?id=164946


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