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It is perfectly legal UNLESS you are a member of a protected class, based on race, age, gender, disability, etc., and the action was based on that classification then it would be illegal.
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So an employer can diced how will get a pay cut and how can get full pay check?
Texas is what is known an an employment at will state. That means that, absent a written contract, an employer can make any decisions that it wants to make including hiring, firing and even cutting salaries for no reason other than it wants to. They can't cut pay for work already done, but the can reduce the amount they will pay for future work.
Thanks for the advise.
Many people believe that the law is something different than it is so I'm going to put a link here http://www.twc.state.tx.us/news/efte/pay_and_policies_general.html that is to the Texas Workforce Commission's website. If you will look at #3 you will see that what I am telling you is correct.
Now if they are doing it because of your race, etc., that is illegal and is an exception.
They aren't allowed to make any decision or even consider your race, age, etc. when making any decisions at all.
Texas is one of the states that i smost unfair to employees.
All of the laws are geared toward employers here and it is getting to be that way almost everywhere.
That's what a see, union is a good solution.
Yes, a union definitely makes a difference.
Thanks for your help
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