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In order to be fair on the bonus distribution, the bonus should be distributed base on the percentage of the how much value employees contributed to the company. As employees in the company, they have the obligations to contribute an amount of value to the company, at lease worthy for the company paying their salary. The value of employees contributed to the company may include marketing sell, accounting and finance arrangement, managing coworker finished projects and so on. As a result, no matter what department the employees are in, or what position they have, they should have bonus as long as their contribution is greater than expectation.
The bonus distribution system is most effective when base on how much value employees contributed to the company. Some may say everyone should have the same amount of bonus because they are all employees of the company and they are no different. So they have to have the same amount of bonus as long as the company is doing well, and which is the real fairness. It sounds fair if everyone get the same amount of bonus, but it is actually not fair for those who spend much time on their work and those who are able to get revenue and make profit for the company. If everyone get the same, why some of the employees should spend more time or do more work than others; it is not fair for them. However, those people who spend much time and able to get revenue for the company are people who drive the company stay in the market and get forward. If bonus distributed base on how much value employees contribute to the company, then everyone who get the ability to work well have the motivation to work hard; otherwise, the company is not effectively distributing bonus which will cause low efficiency for the company.
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