I work for a wireless retailer that sells 2 different types of phone insurance. My commission is based on the amount of phone I attach insurance to as well as the type of contracts I do. My entire staff was written up, because apparently the company only wants us to sell only one of the types of insurance on the 24 month payment contracts. As a result my employer withheld the commission I would make for selling both insurance and 24 month payment contracts. Is this legal?
I should add that I was on a week vacation while this happened and we had had no communication that this was a policy until the day before we were written up.
Whose responsibility is it to stay abreast of changes in company policy. If it is yours, then you are at fault. If it is her's the she is at fault. Generally the former rule is the majority rule in business.
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