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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Discretionary Bonuses: What Are They, and Why Should You Care?

The federal Fair Labor Standards Act defines a “discretionary bonus” as a sum paid by an employer in recognition of an employee’s services during a given period of time (for example, a calendar year) if: the very fact that the … Continue reading

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