You don't have to be a man to constantly wrestle with bigger boobs than you have experienced previously. After all, it is the 21st century and many women also get themselves into a position where they have this issue staring them in the face. They can be a heavy burden to carry and can also have serious financial implications associated with them. So, for all sorts of reasons, the question of enhancements should be dealt with head-on.
If you are an employer and you think that one or more of your employees should have their package increased in size, then clearly this is a subject that requires careful thought and planning before any final decision to go ahead with augmentation is made. An upfront conversation will eventually have to take place but some of the following more prominent tips should be in the forefront of any employer’s thinking to avoid bigger boobs that will prove costly in the fullness of time.
- Enhancements are difficult to reverse easily
Prominent tip 1- if you give your employees a bonus, make sure that there is a written contractual term to withdraw it, withhold it or amend it in future weeks/months/years. This includes any enhanced redundancy terms that may be in place
- Providing them in different sizes generally doesn't look good
Prominent tip 2- providing a bonus or enhancement to some employees but not others or in different amounts to different groups can lead to claims of unfair treatment and discrimination
- If they are too big, they can give the wrong impression
Prominent tip 3- excessive bonuses, particularly to directors, can cause resentment and dissatisfaction among other employees
- A lack of discretion with your enhancements can cause embarrassment
Prominent tip 4 - if you want to award individual bonuses or enhancements to individual employees, always ensure that such benefits can be objectively justified and remain confidential as far as is possible
- Make sure all enhancements are in the correct proportion
Prominent tip 5- awarding bonuses or enhancements on a discretionary basis and/or always based upon the organisation's level of profit and ability to pay, ensures that the company does not pay more than it can afford
Boobs are part of everyday life and affect men and women equally. Managers and directors of both sexes experience them every day but should always reflect upon the financial implications of the boobs that they have experienced and think about them at the appropriate time. The Oxford English Dictionary defines boobs as "foolish mistakes or blunders" so use the prominent tips that are offered to you in your hand in this article and learn from any previous mistakes to avoid bigger boobs this year and into the future.
NB. Please note that any suggestion that the boobs referred to in this article are in any way related to breasts does not bear close scrutiny. If the editorial decision is made to deal with this sensitive area in future articles, they will appear on Page 3, Section DD of this website.
John Latham - Senior Employment Law Consultant
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