Why you shouldn't give everyone bonuses

11/14/2013 | Entrepreneur online

Paying bonuses to poor employees suggests to others that they don't need to work as hard, Lindsay Broder writes. "Consider reserving a small pot to distribute throughout the year for a job well done. Just because you aren't giving raises or bonuses to everyone doesn't mean you can't at some point," Broder writes.

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