I have a labor commission date set to recover an unpaid incentive compensation. My incentive compensation contract/agreement (in writing) does not state if there would be any exclusion of type of business reported; I have the emails to prove when I was first notified when that an exclusion would take place: 6 weeks after the end of the Q2, and the employer has denied Q2 incentive compensation.
what California law or code or regulation can I reference that states employer can’t change the terms of incentive compensation retroactively?
You posted your question for workers' comp attorneys. This is not part of workers' comp.
You should seek out labor law attorneys.
Workers comp is for on the job injuries. This is not about an on the job injury. Better asked in employment-labor law section.
This question should be addressed to a labor attorney and not workers' compensation which deals with on the job injuries.
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