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  • I was promised a raise and never got it... Indiana

    I was promised a raise after 60 days. I never received this raise and have since been promoted without a raise. Others around me have received their raises, I feel like a ****** but don't know what to do.

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    Verbal promise? Have you asked your supervisor? Unless you have a valid, enforceable contract or other enforceable agreement that requires you receive such a raise, the employer isn't required by law to EVER give you a raise, unless you are making minimum wage and such minimum wage is increased by legislative action.

    Are you working under a CBA (union contract)?
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      It was a verbal promise made by my supervisor. He insists that he has to wait until the company is doing a little better, however, my coworkers who have been promised raises have gotten their raises. He has also given himself a raise

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        I'm sorry, but without anything written, it may be poor management, but it isn't illegal.
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