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bonus mom

An alternative to the title "step-mom," which is a female caregiver of a child who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, a step-mom is the second wife of a child's biological father. I live with my mom during the week and then visit my dad and bonus mom every other weekend.
See also: bonus, mom

bonus dad

An alternative to the title "step-dad," which is a male caregiver of a child who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, a step-dad is the second husband of a child's biological mother. I live with my dad during the week and then visit my mom and bonus dad every other weekend.
See also: bonus, dad

bonus child

An alternative to the title "step-child," which is a child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus children come to visit their father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, child

bonus kid

An alternative to the title "step-kid," which is a child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus kids come to visit their father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, kid

bonus daughter

An alternative to the title "step-daughter," which is a female child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus daughter comes to visit her father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, daughter

bonus son

An alternative to the title "step-son," which is a male child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus son comes to visit his father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, son

bonus

Used as an interjection in reaction to a pleasant occurrence or receiving some benefit, often a surprising one. A: "And I got some ice cream for you, too." B: "Ooh, bonus!"

Bonus!

(ˈbonəs)
exclam. That’s great!; That’s good enough to earn a bonus! Bonus! That’s the best news I’ve heard in a long time!
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The commission on GOCCs said the cut in GOCC perks was 'another accomplishment by President Duterte from his 2017 State of the Nation Address' during which he said benefits and bonuses in GOCCs will have to be reviewed by the Office of the President.
But the bonuses in Philadelphia and North Carolina are small, one-time payments, unlike the generous outlays in Texas.
"Bonuses should be closely tied to performance metrics and viewed as an investment in return for hard work that delivers increased productivity or growth."
Claims for unpaid bonuses are made every year to the DOL, and those claims are usually not covered by the employer's employment liability insurance coverage.
Other industries that received comparatively large bonuses included mining and quarrying (an average of PS7,200), information and communication (PS4,600) and chemical manufacturing (PS3,300).
* If an employer has been taking deductions for employee bonuses in the wrong year, it may be able to voluntarily correct the practice and gain audit protection through an automatic accounting method change.
But under the new bonus regime, NR's bosses could still get deferred annual bonuses totalling 20% of salary.
Despite calls for bonuses to be curtailed, RBS chief executive Ross McEwan insisted the payments have a role to play in attracting and retaining the best staff.
According to a fresh forecast by Johnson Associates, overall individual US banker bonuses may rise by 5% to 10% in 2013, compared to last year.
Neither the Labour Law nor the Employment Law contain provisions in respect of bonuses and it is therefore a discretionary matter for employers in the UAE and the DIFC as to whether employees receive bonus payments and, if so, how the underlying schemes are operated.
Less than 10 per cent of FTSE 100 firms are planning to increase bonuses, with 17 per cent predicting payouts will fall by more than a quarter, a survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) revealed.
But at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, associates won't be seeing their bonuses until January.
THE Racing Post yearling bonus scheme will head into its third season with a fund of pounds 2.2 million, which allows for no fewer than 130 bonuses to be paid out to eligible winning two-year-olds in Britain this year.
BARCLAYS will respond to widespread outrage over bankers' vast bonuses this week by slashing rewards for its staff.
Vodafone has announced more recharge options for its pre-pay (Red) customers under which new higher value Red pre-pay scratch cards give free bonuses instantly.