Annual Employee Bonus Plan – MR



This Annual Employee Bonus Plan (“Plan”) is designed to provide an effective means to motivate and compensate eligible employees, on an annual basis, through cash based on the achievement of business and individual performance objectives during each calendar year (“Plan Year”). The Plan is intended to be the Company’s primary vehicle for the granting of bonuses. However, the pay is discretionary bonus and the Company may, in certain limited circumstances, grant bonuses outside of this program, in the sole discretion of the Company.

The compensation contemplated under this Plan is considered “payment for success” in that any payout under the Plan is subject to the achievement of specific performance goals by the Company and by each individual during the Plan Year. The Company believes that such compensation can be a highly effective form of compensation that can enhance the employer—employee “stakeholder” relationship. In addition, the Company hopes that by providing short-term incentive compensation, the Company will motivate and increase the retention rate among its employees which, in turn, will enhance the Company’s long-term value.

Who Is Eligible?

All regular full-time or part-time employees1 will be eligible to receive a bonus under the Plan, unless an employee: (i) is not working actively at the time of the payout of the bonus or at least as of March 15th of the year following the end of the Plan Year (unless such person was involuntarily terminated other than for intentional wrongdoing after the end of the Plan Year, but before the bonus was paid); (ii) was working actively for the Company for less than ninety (90) days during the Plan Year, (iii) received an individual performance appraisal rating of less than “30” (Meets Job Requirements) for the Plan Year, or (iv) was involuntarily terminated for unsatisfactory performance or misconduct, such determination to be made in the CEO’s sole discretion based upon documented or other objective substantiation.

1-Regular full-time” and “regular part-time” employees are defined in the employee handbook and specifically exclude “seasonal/casual employees” (which are also defined in the employee handbook).

Part-time employees for the full Plan Year will be paid any bonus on a pro rata basis.2 The pro-rata amount will be calculated based on the employee’s income, i.e., base salary/regular pay and other eligible earned income, if applicable, paid during the Plan Year.

How Does the Plan Work?

Each employee is assigned a target bonus. The target bonus is a percentage of the employee’s annual base salary in effect as of the end of the Plan Year. If the Company or Department achieves certain business performance results, and the employee achieves certain individual goals, the employee will receive the target bonus. Company or Department business performance results will be measured either based on the Company’s Annual Goals, and based on Departmental Goals, as approved by the C.E.O and for all other levels of employees. If the actual results of the Company or Department business performance for the year exceed or fall short of the targets, then the target bonus will be adjusted up or down, depending upon the level of business and individual achievement. The specific adjustments and an example of how the bonus is calculated are described below.

The business performance goals will be determined by the C.E.O and will be communicated to the employees, normally in the first quarter of each Plan Year. The assessment of individual performance goals will be accomplished through the employee’s annual performance rating. The business and individual performance goals are intended to be reasonable “stretch” goals.

The impact of actual business or individual performance during the Plan Year on the bonus paid varies between positions, with the bonus for the Company officers being more dependent upon overall Company performance, while the bonuses for management and non-management employees being more dependent upon individual performance. The relative weighting of the business and individual performance goals has been established based upon an estimation of the employee’s ability, based on their position within the Company, to directly impact and be held accountable for, his or her achievements and the Company’s overall performance.


How Do Actual Business and Individual Performance Affect the Bonus to be Paid?

The bonus consists of two components: the bonus attributable to business /departmental performance, and the bonus attributable to individual performance. The impact of actual results as compared to business/departmental and individual goals on any bonus to be paid is described below.

Business Goals. The calculation of the bonus payout for the business performance will be based upon either Company’s actual business results measured against the goals or the Department’s actual business results measured against the goals. If the Company or Department achieves a specified goal, then 100% of the bonus related to that business goal will be awarded. If actual results deviate from established business goals, then the bonus payout amounts will be determined as follows.

Results above the goal: If the Company/Department performance exceeds the established business goals by a certain percentage (e.g., actual Company earnings exceed an established goal by ten percent), then the payout of that portion of the annual target bonus related to that business goal will be increased by that percentage amount above the goal, up to a maximum of a 100% increase over the bonus associated that goal. Thus, if actual Company/Department performance on a particular goal exceeds the goal by 10%, then the target bonus associated with that goal will be increased by 10%, see below:

Results               Percentage Payout
101% 101%
-> ->
200% 200%

Results below the goal: If the actual business performance falls short of an established goal by a certain percentage (e.g., actual Company earnings are 10% less than the earnings goal), then the bonus associated with that business goal will be decreased by that percentage of the shortfall, with no bonus being payable for a goal if the goal is missed by more than 20%. The scale for results below the target is given below:



Percentage Payout













CEO, in his sole discretion, can determine that a business goal has been substantially met or has been met to a degree warranting a higher pay-out than would otherwise be calculable under this Plan.

Performance. The evaluation of the individual performance is the responsibility of the employee’s supervisor using the Company’s performance evaluation system. The payout of the bonus related to individual performance will be based on the employee’s individual appraisal rating given pursuant to the performance evaluation, as follows:


When Will the Bonus Be Paid?

Bonuses will normally be paid under the Plan between February 15 and March 31 of the year following each Plan Year.


The establishment of this Plan, any provisions of this Plan, and/or any Company officer with respect to this Plan, does not confer upon any employee the right to continued employment with the Company. The Company reserves the right to dismiss any employee at will (at any time, with or without prior notice, with or without cause), or otherwise deal with an employee to the same extent as though the Plan had not been adopted.

The Company may, at its discretion, provide for any governmental local income tax withholding requirements and Social Security or other tax requirements applicable to the accrual of payment of benefits under the Plan, and all such determinations shall be final and conclusive.

Payment of bonuses awarded under this Plan shall be made no later than March 15 of the year following the Plan Year in which the services relating to such bonus award were rendered. The resolution of any questions with respect to payments and entitlements pursuant to the provisions of this Plan shall be determined by the CEO, in its sole discretion, and all such determinations shall be final and conclusive.

This Plan may be terminated or revoked by the CEO, at his/her sole discretion, at any time and amended by the CEO, at his/her sole discretion, from time to time without the approval of any employee provided that such action does not reduce the amount of any Bonus payment below an amount equal to the amount that would have been payable to the eligible employee with respect to the Plan Year in which the termination, revocation or amendment of the Plan occurs under the terms of the Plan as in effect immediately prior to such termination, revocation or amendment, applied on a pro-rata basis.



TPMena is a company that seeks to bring innovative, leading-edge products to the Middle East, with the ultimate aim of being trusted by consumers to help them live happier, healthier, more fulfilling lives.


As a company, our vision is to be at the forefront of each category within which we compete, by maintaining the highest possible standards of product development, logistical execution and consumer marketing. Our success will ultimately be measured by the positive impact we have on the lives of our consumers, our business partners and our community. 


TPM has pioneered a unique business model in which products that fill regional gaps are acquired and nurtured into category leaders within the Middle East.

Our brands are carefully selected to ensure that our resources, expertise and energy are focused on the opportunities that most benefit our partners and our community. These brands are further supported by extensive R&D that adheres to exacting global standards, and our operations are focused on responding to consumer needs efficiently and effectively through a true understanding of the consumer context.

The scope of our work extends from product development to packaging, sampling to selling and marketing to merchandising. TPM charts a course for growth that is unique to each of our brands and consumer segments – an approach that has resulted in us being regarded as a leading player within the categories of baby nutrition, consumer healthcare, skincare, haircare, pharmaceuticals and sports nutrition.

  • Pioneers of a unique business model of brand representation, TPM is highly regarded as one of the leaders in Baby Healthcare, Consumer Products, Pharmaceutical and Sports Nutrition.
  • Producing and marketing products of brands with potential and committing to nurturing and growing them on a global scale. 
  • Representing brands outside the geographical territories of their origin and giving them the impetus to grow in new markets.
  • Endorsing brands through controlled ownership where the best brands are sourced from selected manufacturers and marketed in the region.
  • Partnering with the best in business, from manufacturers and suppliers to distributors and logistic companies to establish a reliable network for the brand journey.
  • Focusing on performance-driven innovation, going beyond the conventional to devise strategies and frame operational modules in sync with current trends.

What truly sets us apart is as Mark Hunter said, “It’s not about having the right opportunities, it’s about handling the opportunities right.”