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My company is small- 5 employees total and all employees must be physically capable of performing physical outdoor activities as part of their core duties in job description. A few employees are getting older which we don't care about but their age is making them less able to perform their core job functions, especially with some health issues...often that accompany getting older. There is some but limited ability to provide some accommodation which so ltmd not likely an option. At what point is severance not required if a staff person can no longer do their job an the environment of no mandatory retirement age? Note 61-65 yrs and 20 yrs with company in technical position. Ie they can hang on as long as they want...until 90 years old until company pays them severance??? Note not union but company contributes to their response. Or put another way, if an employee refuses to retire they must be paid a couple f years of severance even though they can't do job? Thanks
BC, coming up on my 10yr anniversary at workplace, employer has rolled back my base salary as well as changed bonus compensation %, with no formal talks or discussion, simply received a reduced pay on this pay period. Do they need to give written notice and can they legally change pay with no discussion. I have not agreed to or signed anything, have had no warning.
As an employer are we to pay out an employee accrued vacation if let go during the probationary period?