Bonus row: The small companies where bonuses work

As chief executives face public pressure over their annual bonuses, many smaller companies find bonuses are a useful tool to help improve productivity.

At D-Drill in Coventry, workers like Mark Bartlam are paid an hourly wage but also receive extra based on how much work they can do.

The scheme has improved production - but can the same be said for the bonus culture in large companies and banks?

Graham Satchell reports.

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