My employer offered to pay me a $3k bonus for leading employee training. The employer said he did not want the bonus to get heavily taxed for me so I was to be paid $500 a month for 6 months. I have received half of the bonus and now the employer is not paying me the rest. When a new employee was hired the employer decided to let the new hire start leading some of the training sessions. This was never discussed with me and to my knowledge I am still responsible for employee training. The bonus offer was never in writing, but just a verbal agreement between the employer and me.
Wage theft is when an employer withholds benefits or wages that an employee is entitled to under law or contract, such as not paying legally mandated overtime.
An employment contract outlines the terms of employment, including payment, benefits, duration of employment, and who the employee reports to.
by attorney Alexander Montgomery
In short, yes. It is well established under Ohio law that a non-competition agreement of reasonable duration and geographic scope is enforceable if... more