Bonuses dropping

Company directors’ bonuses have dropped by a quarter over the past year, according to annual salary data from The National Management Survey. Furthermore, the proportion of directors receiving bonuses has declined, from 85% in 2008, to 53% this year. The numbers for executives across all levels, not just directors, is down to 36% from 59%.

However, it appears the culture of bonus-heavy pay is alive and well in certain sectors and for managers on average it makes up 14.5% of their salary, jumping to 34.5% for company directors, providing a nice top-up to the most successful on the upper rungs of the corporate ladder.              


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