After considering and discussing this with my mentors, I feel like the US$180,000 is closer to what I would be looking for to stay. If that`s not feasible, I`d be willing to sign up for 12 months in exchange for a $100,000 bonus. Keep an eye on anything that leaves room for an employer to exploit you. Unfortunately, this can be done in different ways. Employers might make engagement bonuses dependent on things you can`t control (e.g.B. “You`ll get it if the merger passes”), or they might start to hurt the quality of your work after you sign (i.e. reduce other benefits, give you more work, etc.). To have a complete understanding of your retention bonus agreement, it is best to consult a professional. Unlike a retention bonus offered by employers to entice employees to stay in the company, a retention offer from credit card companies is issued when customers try to close their accounts. The offer is issued to stop the customer`s business and may include an increase in the nature of the rewards offered by the credit card, such as points or miles, an annual waiver of fees, an account statement credit, or any other incentive.

. . .

Be Sociable, Share!