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    I have worked for the same company for almost six years. I was employed at a facility in KS until a year ago when I transferred to a facility in MO, keeping the same job title. I received a 35 cent an hour increase when I moved because the starting rate was higher in the MO facility. During my employment here the MO starting rate increased by 75 cents an hour. I did not receive the increase because I have been with the company for over 90 days. A few months ago I transferred back to the same facility in KS. Upon moving back, they deducted from my hourly wage the original 35 cent start rate differential PLUS the 75 cent differential. I am now making less at the same facility in KS with the same job title than I was before I moved to MO. They refuse to compensate me for the 75 cents an hour I have lost. Is there anything I can do?

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    Legally, as long as you are getting paid at least minimum wage, (and short of a CBA that mandates particular increases), the employer is never required to increase your hourly rate. This is a internal company matter, which you may or may not be able to negotiate individually with the employer.
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