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Profit Sharing in Agriculture in Great Britain and Ireland (Classic Reprint)

Profit Sharing in Agriculture in Great Britain and Ireland (Classic Reprint)

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Opportunely, at a moment when the question is attracting so much attention, the Ministry of Labour has issued a "Report on Profit-Sharing and Co-partnership in the United Kingdom," and this report, though in the main devoted to profit-sharing in industry, contains an account of the cases in which profit-sharing has been applied to agriculture.

§ 2. Types of profit sharing schemes.

The Report explains at some length what meaning is attached to the expression "profit-sharing." Briefly, it is taken to involve an agreement between an employer and his employees whereby the latter receive, in addition to their wages or salaries, a share, fixed beforehand, in the profits of the undertaking. Emphasis is laid on the words "fixed beforehand," and the definition therefore excludes many forms of payment to workmen which are sometimes loosely called profit-sharing, notably the following forms - (1) "premium bonus," "output bonus" or other rewards proportionate to output, or to an increase of output, irrespective of the general financial results of the business, and (2) gratuities pure and simple given at the absolute discretion of the employer and upon no pre-arranged basis.

With this limitation, the prevailing types of profit-sharing schemes are classified as follows.

1. Schemes in which the bonus is paid in cash.

2. Schemes in which the bonus is credited to a savings or deposit account from which deposits can be withdrawn at short notice.

3. Schemes in which the bonus is paid to a Provident or Superannuation Fund.

4. Schemes in which the bonus is invested in the capital of the undertaking.

5. Schemes in which the bonus is partly paid in cash and partly credited to a savings or deposit account from which deposits can be withdrawn at short notice.

6. Schemes in which the bonus is partly paid in cash and partly paid to a Provident or Superannuation Fund.

7. Schemes in which the bonus is partly paid in cash and partly invested in the capital of the undertaking.

8. Schemes in which the bonus is partly credited to a savings or deposit account from which deposits can be withdrawn at short notice and partly paid to a Provident or Superannuation Fund.

The cash bonus schemes are not all alike, but include the following diverse methods of payment:

(a) Bonus paid unconditionally in cash.

(b) Bonus paid in cash, but employees may leave bonus on deposit with the firm.

(c) Bonus paid in cash, but special facilities given to employees to subscribe for shares in the employing company.

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