I work for a Frenchise, they headquarters is located in Florida but I live and I work in Pennsylvania. They cut the %10 of my salary without my knowledge. That’s legal?
Unless you have a contract that says they can't, or it is because of discrimination based on race, color, religion, age, sex, language, national origin, criminal background, LGBT,.......disability,.....etc. or it is retaliation because you reported something illegal, they can cut your pay. They have to tell you and cannot cut it until they tell you.
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