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  • Comission Only in Georgia Georgia

    I work for a company on a comission only basis. We are paid bonuses based on goals that are set for us each month. We have new management and did not receive our January goals until January 22.

    Obviously management had three weeks of business already on the books. There were several employees that missed their goals by only a few hundred dollars. With the info management had, they could set goals at any level they wished to avoid paying out bonuses.

    Is this illegal?

    Thanks

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    I had to read the post twice to understand what you were saying, but I get it.

    You are saying that the company set the goals after they already had the information on what had actually happened for three-quarters of the month.

    That is not illegal, but if they continue this practice, find another employer.
    Senior Professional in Human Resources and Certified Staffing Professional with over 30 years experience. Any advice provided is based upon experience and education, but does not constitute legal advice.

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