Can your company downgrade your hourly pay without speaking to you about it?
In 1974 the board of directors of the public utility company I was working for reduced everyone's salary by 5%. We were told after the decision was made. We were not happy campers as you can imagine.
The biggest factor that effects an insurance agent's income is whether or not you get paid on commission, salary/hourly plus commission, or salary/hourly plus "pay for perfomance." This is my first year as an agent. When I started out, I worked for strictly commission and it proved to be very difficult. Fortunately for me I was able to get hired with a company that pays hourly plus pay for perfomance. In other words, I get…
CFO Consultants will have hourly rates that vary, but the more critical question for a prospective clients are the results they will generate and the benefits the prospective clients will receive. To learn more about the benefits that a company should receive from its CFO consultant, feel free to visit our website at http://www.cfowise.com
Most full-time, on-staff designers get paid salary, which would totally depend on the kind of company you're working for and how much money they put into their marketing or visual department. You'd only get paid hourly if you were freelancing or contracting, in which case you would charge a rate based on your experience. Someone with only a few years of experience would not command as much hourly as someone with 20 years of expereince…
Should a wedding-event planning company pay planners hourly or on commission or treat them as independent contractors?
This is something that varies from company to company. If you are thinking of going to work for a company, ask how their employees are paid. It sometimes varies with the job description. The actual planner is sometimes paid by the job, or on a commission basis while assistants and other employees are usually paid by the hour.