Among all position levels, those who profit the most from financial bonuses are top managers. For them, financial bonuses received during and at the end of the year may account for up to 33% of their total annual income. Such bonuses in Romania account for up to 41% of the income of managers in positions of leadership. Top managers are rewarded to the greatest extent at the end of the year with year-end bonuses, which may be up to twice their standard monthly pay. In all the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, these year-end bonuses on average are up to a tenth of a top manager's annual income.
LOW AND MIDDLE MANAGERS
Low and mid-level managers receive financial benefits on average of up to 23% of their annual income. At other levels, the income added through financial bonuses accounts for a lower share of annual pay.
Paylab is an international salary survey platform that collects information on the incomes and bonuses of employees in various positions. The independent salary analyses are then used by companies for the appropriate internal setting of salary levels for individual work positions.
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