It depends on if you meet goals for the department. If you don’t. Then no bonus. If so roughly 5 percent of your yearly pay.
Depends on your level and the department. So, it's anywhere between 1-5%. In my department, it's generally 2.5%.
5% depends on how the company did the year prior
Answered - JPSC/LFS Investment Services Administrator (Former Employee) - Concord, NH 03301
Answered - I prefer not to answer (Current Employee) - I prefer not to answer
2% if approved by the board
Answered - Senior System Business Analyst (Former Employee) - Rolling Meadows, IL
Base plus sales compensation rate (tiered)
Answered - Regional Marketing Director (Former Employee) - Hartford, CT
.05% annually. It is insulting from an employee perspective and demoralizing.
Answered - Underwriting and Compliance Representative (Former Employee) - Fort Wayne, IN
That depends on a lot of factors. I work for two advisors that work for Lincoln, so, I work for them not Lincoln and bonuses are null
Answered - Planner Assistant/Practice Manager (Current Employee) - Virginia Beach, VA
Varies depending on department. anywhere between 1-4%
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Fort Wayne, IN