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If a worker has done everything needed to earn a commission the the employer must continue to pay the commission.
But, the issue would turn on the language continated in the compensation agreement.
Even after he quits and was a 1099. We still have to service the account.
If the employer can show that servicing is a condition of earning the commission then it would not be owed to the old representative.
Does that make sense?
So, you would need to look at the compensation agreement.
There was no agreement, just a verbal. You sell you service and you get paid.
If servicing was a requirement for a commission, then it would not be owed if the servicing by the employee ended due to termination of employment.
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Thanks I think that covers it. I will post a smiley face
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