We are a full service lawn company that does fertilization, landscape/hardscape install, landscape maintenance, irrigation. All of our guys are paid hourly, based on experience, time with company and performance. The issue we are running into is our fertilization techs have a daily goal to hit, once that goal is hit, they receive 1.5% commission on their total jobs for the day. For example, if they do $800 in fertilization, they receive $12 in commission for the day. HOWEVER, is this "fair" to the other employees? Do any of you do any kind of bonus/commission for employees? How do you handle this? One one hand, we want to push our fertilization techs to get as many yards done as they can in a day, on the other hand, why should they receive a bonus everyday for essentially doing their job? Anyone have any insight they would care to share? Are we looking at this all wrong? We have also toyed with the idea of providing a bonus based on say production, attendance, etc. Just need some ideas to revamp this system.