|Bonuses Shouldn’t Be for Jobs Poorly Done|
|Topic||Human Resources Management|
|Key Words||Bonuses, pay-for-performance|
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In July of 2005, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced a more than $1 billion shortfall. A backlog of cases has piled up, and the average delay in getting benefits to injured veterans is 177 days. Yet, most of the civil servants who work in the office receive bonuses, some as much as twice the amount of their annual salary.
|Source||“Bonuses Shouldn’t Be for Jobs Poorly Done,” Tri-City Herald, May 14, 2007, pNA.|
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