Salary and bonus
What is your salary now?
I earn 5000 Yuan per month.
I am willing to start with a small salary.
He is teaching Physics in a technical college at a small salary.
He has an income of 200 dollars a week.
I require 2000 Yuan per month as a start.
I would be glad to start at 4000 Hong Kong dollars per month plus commission.
I require 6oooo a year plus 1 % commission on all sales.
It’s not polite to ask an American how much he earns per month.
I won’t stay here if I want to make good money.
What is the bonus like in your company?
We get our bonus at the end of each season.
I can get a handsome bonus every month.
We regard bonus as a formal salary.
We like to go to shopping malls during the bonus season.
I am sure the boss will cut off our bonus this month.
Our company offers bonus, health insurance, loans and so on.
How many bonuses you can get depend on your performance in your company.
Our bonuses depend on our company performances.
You never told me that you could get so much bonus.
I will quit my job as soon as I get my bonus.
Dialogue one what is your salary at present
A: what was your salary last year?
B: 100000 Yuan per year.
A: what is your salary at present?
B: My bosses promise me 110000 Yuan, raises will be given after 3 months’ pervasion according to my performance.
A: Quite reasonable.
Dialogue two did you get bonus this year
A: Did you get bonus this year?
B: Yes, got the equivalent of 3 months salary.
A: It’s quite amazing that you received so much.
B: If you have an idea of how many hours of overtime I have done, you wouldn’t say so.
Dialogue three do you have position compensation?
A: How much was the average increase of annual salary in your new company last year?
A：How about the compensation and benefits?
B: Better than my old job.
A: Do you have position compensation?
B: Yes, but I never received it.
Dialogue four employee expenses area the largest cost
A: I was told that employee expenses area the largest cost of doing business in western companies like yours.
B: Exactly, western salaries and benefits usually constitute at least 50% of company expenses.
A: How can that be?
B: You know, for each employee the company has to pay a basic salary, make contributions for patient plans, medical plans, and pays for office space and furniture and things like that.
A: These things could cost quite a lot.
B: Besides, the company has to cover the cost of other benefits such as paid vacations and sick days.
A: I see, so running a company is not an easy job in itself.