1. Resign from a company, WA, they refused to pay any commission after termination
. I only got less that 5000 of the 13000 during employment.(The agreement I signed said, they don't usually pay commission after termination. They pay in some exceptional circumstance.)
Portion of the commission comes from my overtime working(I have timesheet approve) I did not get paid.
2. company claimed that they did not receive the money from customer so they don't pay to employee.(The agreement I signed, said the commission only pays to employee after collected from customers) It could be an excuse since there is no information given to employee that which transaction received the payment.
3. Failure to fulfill a promise that the employee relied on when accepting the position.A.
In his email mentioned "Some employees can reach 140000 and 170000 annually." When I ran the reports drawing the timesheet data from the system, it is impossible.
B. "If the rate is $165/hour, will reach 110000-120000 annually." I did not know until onboard that Internal project is $0/hour; support project is below 165, could be 120 or 150. It is also a lie.
1.Is it possible for me to get the money back?
2.Is it legal to keep the customer payment information secret to employees when the commision takes above 50% of the total compensation. Can I ask them to publish this information?
3.Is it legal for his misleading statement to speak me into signing the employment contract
4.Internal project, they cannot claim that they did not receive money from. Is it possible to get the money for internal project?