Michael Raymond Daymude
Michael Raymond Daymude, Litigation Lawyer - Sherman Oaks, CA
Posted about 3 years ago.

I agree with Mr. Chen's answer with the following caveat: It does not appear that your move was due to a knowingly false representation by your employer as no representation was made regarding compensation. It also appears you were a voluntary quit. I agree you should consult a local labor attorney in the appropriate state who can review all of the facts with you to determine whether you have any viable causes of action. FYI, "financial hardship" is not a cause of action.

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Posted over 2 years ago.

DID I MENTION THAT I HAVE MORE EXPERIENCE WITH THE COMPANY THAN MOST OF THE MANAGERS? THERE ARE ONLY TWO MANAGERS IN THE COMPANY WHO HAVE WORK THERE LONGER. OH AND BY THE WAY, WHEN I OBJECTED THE COMPENSATION PLAN, THEIR ANSWER WAS, "WELL THE PAY IS NOT BAD FOR SOMEONE YOUR AGE". I WAS AN ASSISTANT MANAGER IN DALLAS FOR 10MONTHS, AND THEY WERE PROPOSING I MOVE TO SEATTLE AND BE THE REGIONAL MANAGER OF TWO CLINICS WITH LOWER PAY. IT CONCRETE TO ME THAT THEY NEVER RESPECTED OR TOOK ME SERIOUS BECAUSE OF MY AGE. I AM ONLY 22 YEARS OLD AND I STARTED WHEN I WAS ONLY 18. I WORKED MY WAY UP AND WAS GIVEN NO APPRECIATION IN THE END. ALONG THOSE LINES, I IMAGINE THERE MUST BE A CAUSE OF ACTION.