What are Discretionary Bonuses?

Discretionary bonuses do not confer the employee a contractual right to a bonus, rather, payments are made at the employer’s own discretion and on the employer’s own terms. Nor do they generally give rise to any legitimate expectation of a future bonus.

There exist two types of discretionary bonuses:

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