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In TX, an employer can change the pay rates and compensation at anytime, however any change
cannot be done retroactively,
So, since this was done on income earned from work done in the past, isn't that retroactive? I get not paying it on business booked going forward, but this seems to be refusing to pay for work done in the past under previous commission agreements.
if they made the changes, after the work was performed,
you may be able to sue them for non payment of wages,
Thank you. I appreciate your help.
however, you will need evidence to show that the compensation plan at that time existed
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Well, let me ask you, would over a year of consistent payments under the plan, as well as a presentation explaining to employees how it worked, which they had me give to the entire company, suffice?
That would be good evidence,
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