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Encyclopedia > Signing bonus

A signing bonus or sign-on bonus is a sum of money paid to a new employee by a company as an incentive to join that company. These are often given as a way of making a compensation package more palatable to the employee if an annual salary is lower than they are currently making or if any other element is less desirable. It also lowers the risk to the company as the signing bonus is a one time payment. Should the employee not meet expectations, the company has not committed to a high salary.


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Signing bonus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (120 words)
A signing bonus or sign-on bonus is a sum of money paid to a new employee by a company as an incentive to join that company.
These are often given as a way of making a compensation package more palatable to the employee if an annual salary is lower than they are currently making or if any other element is less desirable.
It also lowers the risk to the company as the signing bonus is a one time payment.
Signing Bonus (829 words)
The signing bonus will be payable to employees based on the position they occupy on the date of signing of the Collective Agreement including employees who are receiving acting pay.
The signing bonus will be payable to employees in a salary protection situation based on the position they occupy on the date of the signing of the Collective Agreement.
The prorated calculation of the signing bonus is paid in the same proportion as the assigned weekly hours of work compared with the normal weekly hours of work for full-time employees.
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