Unless you work on Wall Street, you probably didn’t get a year-end bonus checks last year. Forty-three percent of companies don’t give out year-end bonusesaccording to outplacement firm Challenger Gray and Christmas. And at half of the bonus-giving companies, employees receive either a non-monetary gift or a nominal monetary award valued at less than $100. Frozen turkeys, anyone?

Compared to 2010, 75 percent said they’re gave the same size bonuses in 2011, 17 percent said bonuses are getting bigger and eight percent said bonuses are shrinking compared to the previous year.

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