California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
Yes they were in addition to the $ 974 Total Spent on "cleaning theft". The 10% deduction was because of inconvenience to Owner and Guest and the 12% was done because I was told not to come and great the new arriving guest.
How long do I have to get back to you with any other thoughts? =) It is a bit over whelming for me as they have now fired me and only want to pay me 1/2 of my commission for the entire summer (8.5 %) and I have the property booked until Labor Day with my "guests" coming in and they have now hired another agency to do the walk-thru check-in process. Minimally, I feel they set a precedent when they paid me 12% commission for the same procedures being done with the incident that opened my asking for help.
How long will our posting be available to me for future reference by me?
Please let me clarify again - I worked for last 8 months under 17% commission. Last Monday, June 3, 2013 I was fired and told I would received 8.5% commission. This is after I have the summer calendar filled with guests that I have been working with for last 8 months. The reduction to 8.5% is because I will not be doing the check-in/check-out procedure with each guest due to my termination. In the past they determined this type of change constituted a 12% commission -- now the want to reduce it to an 8.5% commission.
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