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  • christamcd
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    Since the law does not require you to be given raises (with the exception of minimum wage increases), you in turn are not intitled to a retroactive raise.

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  • cbg
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    The law does not require that you be given retropay.

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  • peterpeter
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    Originally posted by TheRed View Post
    Nah, no laws as such. It is doubtfull that the review policy would be an enforcable a contract. It would mostly be a matter of courtesy. You might have a case if you were the only one of the employees who got a late review that was not given retropay.
    i was given a late review and i asked for retropay, and they said no.

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  • Betty3
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    I agree - no law.

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  • TheRed
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    Nah, no laws as such. It is doubtfull that the review policy would be an enforcable a contract. It would mostly be a matter of courtesy. You might have a case if you were the only one of the employees who got a late review that was not given retropay.

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  • peterpeter
    started a topic Late review - retroactive pay? California

    Late review - retroactive pay? California

    I am a salaried employee that lives and works fora CA based company. My yearly review is in September and it is customary for the company to give reviews at the very minimum. This past year, after numerous reminders to my immediate supervisor and the HR dept., I was given my review (with a raise) in Feb of this year. My question is, are there laws entitling me to retroactive pay? Is it just out of courtesy that the majority of employers give retro pay following a late review (I have never worked for a company that didn't retroactive a late review that had a raise attached to it)? It later came to my attention that many employees are given late reviews, and when requesting retro pay I got no "real" response.


    I appreciate your time and assistance in these matters.
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