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    I have a friend that works for a small insurance company in Texas. The company is struggling at the moment. Her supervisor brought her into the office to announce she will receive a considerable pay decrease on her next check. After quizing my friend, I found that she has not signed any paperwork stating this is ok with her. Her supervisor just told her that she would get the decrease in pay, or be terminated. Should the company handled it differently, and is there anything my friend can do to prevent the decrease?

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    No, there isn't anything your friend can do, unless there is a contract in place, such as a Collective Bargaining Agreement.
    Lillian Connell

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      Originally posted by SWilson
      I have a friend that works for a small insurance company in Texas. The company is struggling at the moment. Her supervisor brought her into the office to announce she will receive a considerable pay decrease on her next check. After quizing my friend, I found that she has not signed any paperwork stating this is ok with her. Her supervisor just told her that she would get the decrease in pay, or be terminated. Should the company handled it differently, and is there anything my friend can do to prevent the decrease?

      Thanks

      As long as she is still making at least Mininum Wage of $5.15 per hour, then it is legal, unforturnately.

      Many companies around the country are cutting back - man power, raises, salaries, and benefits.

      Best wishes.
      Sue
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