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Thank you for the information and your question. If this is a discretionary bonus, then your employer is not required by law to pay it. That, in turn, means that they can set any condition on earning and collecting this bonus that they deem appropriate. So, other than just making sure you understand the terms in the agreement, there is nothing else that you have a right to know or do. In other words, not agreeing is your option, but then the employer can take whatever action they want in terms of that bonus for you as a result of your refusal.
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