im not even sure if we're getting bonuses.
i'm just hoping i get enough hours
I wish, but I doubt it. My co-worker didn't even get her annual review.
not expecting it
yea, i didnt expect anything and am grateful for it...i especially didn't expect a penny when i read our "holiday party would be cancelled due to the state of the economy"
I think this is is why I hate christmas.
Actually christmas is stupid because of snow and cold
i am just happy to have a good job.
my fucking boss was a week late in paying me because we didn't do any business last week.
so no, i'm not expecting any sort of holiday bonus. i'm barely even expecting regular paychecks.
I got laid off for christmas.
But my fiancé got a bonus and a promotion, so it could be a lot worse.
our company is still hiring 4 people a month so i guess i should feel a little more secure than i do
we usually get a weeks pay. i dont think we're getting shit this year considering my boss won't even pay for fucking heat.
we go $20 visa cards.
no xmas party, though.
i'm totally okay with it, because my job is great and i'm veryyy secure.
plus i had an interview yesterday and one tomorrow for two different promotions.
We don't get Christmas bonuses here, we get a bonus at the end of the fiscal year in April. The bonuses are based on a percentage of your salary and how well the company does that year. They tax the shit out of it so last year I got an 1,200 bonus and took home $800.00. Not much but it helps every year.
I get a paid week off. it's fun because I always go on vacation then.
we dont get our yearly bonuses until march.
im pretty sure were still getting them but our raises have been cut out this year.
Not expecting a bonus because layoffs are due to come down any day.
They did away with the Xmas party and gave us extra days off work, though!
last year we all got a $50 giftcard to the restaurant we work at.. maybe this year it'll be $25. one can only hope.
I got one, it was pretty lousy,
we dont do bonuses
CANT SEE ME..RAY CHARLES
Just a bunch of vacation days and tiny money.
Oh, and a company present...which is always <$25, but from our CEO...via FedEx.