Bonus-Cmmionsion pay owed?
2 attorney answers
I'm sorry, just as Mr. Pennell said, I can't discern what your question is from what you presented. You are entitled to be paid anything you earned. For anyone to help, they would need an understanding of how you earned the amounts (wages, salary, commissions, bonus), and any written employer policies and handbooks.
It sounds as if you are asking if you are entitled to receive your bonus if you leave. I have no way of answering that with the information provided. What I can tell you is that absent a written contract it is based upon whatever the employer’s standard practice is which generally provides no bonus if not still employed when the bonus is paid out.
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