A company's commission policy could be a time bomb

Published 19 October 2010 by Delphi

Many companies’s apply employment terms – either in a general commission plan or in the individual employment contract – which can entail major unforeseen costs in the form of retroactive claims from employees for holiday pay or pension payments. There are certain differences in judgement between companies which are bound by collective bargaining agreements and those companies which are not. The claims can amount to quite considerable sums but it is possible to limit this risk.To read the full publication, please follow the link below: