Is there a way for my boss to screw me out of my $$
November 9, 2006 2:28 PM Subscribe
I work for a magazine publishing company, and I think I am making a lateral move to another company which offers more upside potential in the future. I get a base salary, but most of my income comes from commission. The company I work for is relatively small, a LLC, and I dont think there are any $$ problems. My boss however is somewhat of a tyrant. My concern in leaving is that he will try and find a way to stiff me out of any remaining due commission to me. It is currently and ranges around 20k, in which he owes me, and pays me off in increments per paycheck. When I started here, we had put the agreement down on paper...(more)
posted by TwilightKid to work & money (2 answers total)
But he is a very spiteful guy. It's a one way loyalty street. We worship him. he treats us like trash....But thats not really the point...
I know I have to, and am currently gonna seek advice from a employment lawyer, but just curious to see if anyone has any idea's on how he could go about finding justification to not pay me my remaining money?
In a nutshell. I do my job well, I work my required hours. I am the usually the top sales performer month to month...I did y job on the up and up and they will find no skeletons when I leave.
but i still have this fear....