Changes to bonuses and additonal payments
Changes in environmental professionals' bonuses during 2010 as revealed by IEMA's pay and benefits survey 2011Respondents were asked about changes to any extra payments they receive, such as overtime pay and discretionary or performance-based bonuses. Two-thirds of respondents (66.9%) reported that these paym
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