Sorry, I'm confused... did you answer my reply? or was the "given the complexity of the matter...." the response to my reply.
Oh, No problem,
My question was, if you thought there would be any issue with me sending (I haven't yet) the employer over some articles on California Law so they know what they are getting themselves into. I have drafted an e-mail since they wont speak to me on the phone, where I out line what the bumpy road is going to look like. I took a little creative license and said that clients and strategic alliances could be called to be deposed to establish how much work I did on each file that went through the office while I was there, so as to establish a president of pay per work done on files. It was a sliding scale if I did 50% or more of the work on a file I would get 50% of the commission. Other files that I did nothing to minimal amount of work on I would get paid $250.00+. So for every file that came through the office, if I touched it or not, I was to get paid minimum of $250.00
Also do you think I have a harassment claim for the bullying and stress that untimely forced me to quit? I have the person who they asked me to bully and my husband at the very least that would back up my claim.
I really just want to spook this company into paying me what I am owed. I would rather spend my time on other things,but I will take it to the mat if I have to.
PS would you be willing to review my potential e-mail to them to let me know if I am on a slippery slope?
Just wanted to say Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!
You really have, It has given me the confidence to move forward and not be afraid. I know I am in the right, it is just difficult. Thank you again!
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