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This is part of an incentive campaign idea, where I assume the employees are encouraged to achieve more sales or complete more tasks, or generally jump through more hoops. Anyway, the term 'Sonderwertung' is confusing me here, as I'm not sure how it fits into these sentences... can anyone shed any light on this one? It's a travel company, organising 'Etappenaufgaben' as part of an Incentiven-Wettbewerb for its employees.
"Sonderwertung hat die Funktion eines „Jokers“ gegenüber der Etappenaufgabe.
Die Erfüllung der Sonderwertung wird vergleichsweise niedriger bewertet"
To complicate the calculation of elapsed time there is the little matter of time bonuses. Why bother killing yourself to win a sprint or a climb by a tenth of a second? It’s because the winner gets a 15 second bonus, and those little bonus points can move you right up the G.C. ladder pretty quickly. It is not unusual for the final sprint in the final race to determine the winner because of the bonus points.
Bernard Myers France Local time: 02:00 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 77