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Is there any way to hold an employer to a verbal agreement?

Dawsonville, GA |

Last fall I was required to attend a mandatory meeting that took place over an hour away. My colleagues and I were promised to be reimbursed the gas money used which was around $50 per person. Since then the managers of the stores have been reimbursed but the sale associates see no reimbursement in sight. I have been told by my manager that she doubts we will ever be paid. Is there anything I can do to get the money back from a Corporation or the District manager who promised?

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You may be reimbursed by an oral contract. Oral contracts are enforceable. Are there enough employees who were also witnesses? If so, the group should request payment together. There is power in numbers, evidence wise that is.

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