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Fact Sheet - Wage and Hour Division (WHD) - US Department of Labor

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The Department of Labor's (DOL) Wage and Hour Division (WHD) is ... In general , can an employer reduce an otherwise exempt employee's salary due to a ...

Being asked to reduce your pay or your hours of work

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Oct 7, 2015 ... My Situation ... If your employer asks you to work fewer hours or take a pay cut, this is a ... At the review date the change to your contract can be reconsidered ... is paid at the "prevailing National Minimum Wage hourly rate".

Know your rights if the boss suggests a pay cut | Money | The Guardian

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Jan 10, 2009 ... Employers will sometimes propose a cut in hours to match the pay cut. If they do not, ... Can I look for other work to fill the gap in my income?

How to Handle a Pay Cut | Monster.com

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I need to think about this and discuss it with my family this evening." ... A pay cut can affect your future severance package and compensation for ... Also, the reduced compensation could affect salary negotiations with future employers as your ...

Can Your Employer Cut Your Salary? Only if You Agree to It - Haaretz

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Dec 5, 2008 ... But can an employee unilaterally cut employees' compensation ... employer cut pay 10% over 6 months ago now taking away my car allowence.

Furloughs, Hour Cuts, and Pay Cuts: Your Rights | Nolo.com

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And some employers have cut employee pay, either instead of or in addition to ... You can find the current numbers for your state at our page, Wage and Hour ...

Can I Reduce My Staff's Pay - Australia | LegalVision

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Jul 15, 2013 ... In any case, whether you can reduce the staffs pay or not depends on a number of ... right to reduce an employee's pay then the employer could ask the ... For casuals, the hourly rate is increased by 23% to $19.63 per hour.

Can an employer legally cut your pay without your consent ...

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I changed my hours, they approved the schedule, I worked it, they paid me, and my wages were cut by $1 per hour without notice. When I asked ...

Is it legal for an employer to decrease your hourly wages in order to ...

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Is it legal for an employer to decrease your hourly wages in order to cover increased coverage ... In doing so, I was informed by my employer that my hourly rate would be reduced to cover ... Can anyone provide some insight into this issue?

Can the Employer Legally Cut an Employee's Pay? — Evil HR Lady

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Feb 23, 2015 ... I was working as a dental hygienist in a dental office. I was getting paid $28 an hour. I found another job that is full time and giving me all my ...

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My company cut my pay -- what can I do? - CBS News

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Mar 3, 2014 ... Although an employer may legally reduce a worker's pay, the ... $1.50 a hour she was cutting off my pay she said, "you can't go anywhere else ...

Can the Employer Legally Cut an Employee's Pay?

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Reader Question: I was working as a dental hygienist in a dental office. I was getting paid $28 an hour. I found another job that is full time and giving me all my  ...

Decrease in Pay Lawyers | LegalMatch Law Library - LegalMatch.com

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Feb 13, 2015 ... In general, an employer can decrease your rate of hourly pay if you are an ... If My Wages Have Been Reduced Unlawfully, What Can I Do?