Survey: top managers’ bonuses up by 41%

A survey suggests that bonuses for top managers in the Czech Republic have gone up by 41% in the last year. According to research carried out by the company Profesia for the website Platy.cz, the average annual bonus was roughly 152,500 Czech crowns for people in high managerial positions, or more than 44,000 crowns higher than last year. The top management bracket also saw the highest rise in bonuses of those surveyed. Meanwhile the survey suggests that bonuses for less qualified employees dropped slightly during the second quarter of 2011, with the average bonus for assistant employees amounting to 5,670 crowns.