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English definition of “attendance bonus”

attendance bonus

noun [C]
 
 
HR, MANAGEMENT an extra amount of pay that some employees get if the number of days they have been absent from work is not more than the number stated in their agreement: Employers should be wary of adopting an attendance bonus program without legal consultation.
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