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Is it legal to lower your pay without notice?

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November 10, 2007 6:28PM

NO, I DO NOT THINK SO

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In Minnesota it is legal - no notice is required, retro cuts allowed.

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Employers are not obligated by law to provide holiday pay, so yes, they may cease to do so without notice as they do so voluntarily in the first place.

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Contracts will always deal with notice issues. There is no legal minimum of holiday pay - it is unregulated.

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Ask your Landlord for a short term extension and pay on that date if they refuse get legal help due to you have no place to move quickly and then, you will represented to get time for move without pay rent anymore around 4 months until you get a new house.

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Yes. Without a lease, anyone over 18 can be kicked out of a home whenever the homeowner wants to kick them out, with or without any notice.

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As long as the employer properly applies federal wage rules to deciding whether you are overtime eligible, it can change you from salaried to hourly. The employer can reduce your pay rate, but you need not stay. Quit without giving notice.

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Try contacting your local labor board, they should have that best answer for you! I think there should be severence pay or dismissal pay if you have been with the company for a qualifying length of time and you were laid off without proper notice. I am battling this myself right now. I was laid offf with only a two hour notice! Good luck to all! File for Unemployment compensation and if your company has a policy on severence pay or dismissal pay then request it....However not all companies have a policy for severence pay or dismissal pay...Check with your dept of labor about the state laws on giving notice of unemployment..the vast majority of states do not require an employer to give you prior notice of unemployment...

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By legal definition of posted it means the act through an event has been made published to the world or group of individuals

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Being that you do not hold ownership, but just simply help pay for the rent it is perfectly legal to do so. Unless he still has your stuff in his apartment it would be considered theft and therefore, he commited a suable crime.

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Utorrent is legal but downloading copyrighted music without paying isn't. If you pay first, then it's legal.

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In order to have "auto-pay" YOU would have had to authorize it. How, then, could you say that it was "without your permission?"

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If the impound releases it to you then it is okay, otherwise it is theft.

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Arizona is an at will state, so it is his choice whether he will pay the 2 weeks without your being there.

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Yes, it's legal. I called labor board to see if I could get it. Also, they don't have to honor your two-weeks notice.

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You have to send them a reminder notice when the dues are due. If they refuse, you may initiate legal proceedings against them.

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Ohio may be different, but the general principle is that you should give (or get)one pay period as notice. If you are daily paid, one days notice is required. Weekly paid, one weeks notice. If you disappear without notice, which has the fancy term "absconding" your chances of getting paid in full are slim. The employer can deduct the wages for the notice period that you were supposed to give - that is, the pay period before you disappeared.

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Unless the employee is protected by an Union Contract, yes, the employer can change employee compensation at will.

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if it is less than 3 months, yes. if this is canada, i think you still get your vacation pay no matter what the circumstances are.

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If you can't pay - contact the card company now ! Explain you're having difficulties meeting the payments and ask them to calculate a lower payment rate over a longer time period. Do not let it get to the legal stage, as they'll add legal fees to your existing debt ! Most companies will gladly negotiate a lower payment over a longer time, than instigate legal proceedings.

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How do you write a viction notice for someone who don't pay you rent?

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Yes, but only if they are African Americans or Latinos.