Discretionary bonuses: Shifting the focus and gaining control

The British Columbia Supreme Court decision in Thoma v. Schaefer Elevator Components Inc., [2019] B.C.J. No. 111, re-affirms the need for employers to establish and communicate clear and explicit rules when discretionary bonuses form part of an organization’s compensation structure. These rules should regulate an employee’s entitlement to bonus payments (both during employment and during … Continued