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I was overpaid 2$ per hour (40hrs week) for 6 weeks, without notice they clawed back the amount on next 2 pays. I was unable to pay my rent because of such big deductions. Were they allowed to claw back the money?
I earn commissions on sold products/programs that are paid for monthly by clients. My commission is paid on the last week of the following month for which the client paid for services. Do I still get paid my commission if on sick leave (short term.) I have been a sales consultant for 14 years for my employer as the top performer year after year.
I'm a security guard and was told I was no longer able to work at my site since I let my security license expire and had to wait to be renewed, I was offered to work elsewhere for less pay and I said no and now they want me to write a resignation letter but know if I do I won't get EI benefits. What should I do?
I work for a small/mid sized company. Through passing comments (the owner made), I became aware he was looking to replace the office manager. I approached him and asked him to consider me for the position. Now, the single HR person at the company has told me what I did was unethical and illegal, and made comments that indicated she doesn't like me so she's inferring to the owner that hiring me to replace the current office manager is illegal, to prevent him from doing so. What are the actual legalities about me asking to be considered for another technically occupied position within the company?