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  • pookie1950
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    Thanks for your help I do appreciate your answer

    Jessica

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  • Pattymd
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    It's not the "consent" that is required, it's the notification.

    Q. Can my employer decrease my rate of pay?

    A. Yes. However, if the employer has 5 or more employees, the employee must be notified in writing at least seven calendar days in advance of the proposed decrease in pay.

    http://www.llr.state.sc.us/Labor/wag...p?file=faq.htm

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  • pookie1950
    started a topic Retro-Active pay cut South Carolina

    Retro-Active pay cut South Carolina

    Hi everyone I was wanting to know is it legal for an employer to cut employees pay retro-actively without consent of the employees? Thanks for your help and have a great day.
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