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Im a salary employee for 30hrs. a week, can my employer dock

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I'm a salary employee for 30hrs. a week, can my employer dock my pay if I don't work a day but have my 30hrs completed?
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No, if the only requirement that you have for receiving your salary is to work 30 hours a week then it would be a breach of contract for your employer to dock your pay if you don't work a day as long as you have your 30 hours complete for the week.

If your employer refuses to pay your full salary for weeks in which you've done 30 hours worth of work you can file suit against your employer or can file a wage claim against your employer using the forms available online here;

I hope the above information is helpful.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

thank you, XXXXX XXXXX salary was no matter what, because sometime I have to work more but won't get paid more. So if I worked less I would the same...

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