I have exported the time sheets information from our ERP system using a legal way. Can it be used in small court claim? I suppose the civil suit could be very expensive.
That record also approves the words in offer letter/email is a lie. Can I allege that "the employer Failed to fulfill a promise that the employee relied on when accepting the position"
I think you are right since they word very well to protect themselves. Here is some words I got in the document. Can you let me know the chance of a civil sue? and the cost? Thank you very much.
Termination of Employment. Generally, no commissions or bonuses will be paid after the termination date. In exceptional circumstances, at the Company's discretion, commissions or bonuses based on cash collected within 30 days after termination may be paid. In such circumstances, the Company may require a general release of claims in exchange for this discretionary payment.
Bonuses are not considered earned until cash is received by a client. Whether any such bonus is paid, and the amount, is at the Company's discretion.
While this is no guarantee and compensation is variable, if you bill 30 hours per week less vacation time over the course of the year, your total annual financial compensation is estimated to be in the range of $110,000 to $120,000.
For instance there are 22 working days in June or 176 hours available in the month of June, if you bill 140 hours in the month of June at $175/hour, you would receive approximately $7,350 plus your base salary.
This is a good question. In offer letter it named Client Performance Bonus.
But unlike bonus, it is paid twice a month. In principle, it is more like a commission.
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