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I've being working for a company for 15 years and have always received a yearly merit increase. In April of this year I received a letter from my HR Department stating that I've reached the maximum salary range for my position, as a result my salary will be frozen, until the salary range is increased. My questions is do I still continue to do the annual performance review. As per the company policy the merit process rewards individuals for achievement of their goals which aligned with the business strategy. I've always attain these goals and given a merit increase. Going forward whether I attain these goals, I will not get an increase as outlined in the letter. I do want to be petty, but I believe I'm reaching this letter (for the first time ever)because I had some issues with my supervisor, and spoke with HR about it. No-one in my department received this letter. There is no other position for me to apply for. I have 15 years more to work before retirement.
Can u be terminated from a job if u r looking out for the safety of a child who's running in the class upon seeing his mother
Can I be fired for using the word halfbreed. I was referring to my step children who are half black half white. I was talking to someone and a native American girl heard it. I didn't know this word was offensive. Ive used it all my life.
Our company is closing over christmas holidays. We just got notified Monday. My contract has stated that if they closed it would be counted as vacation time. I had them strike that out as I did not want to use vacation time for a mandatory holiday imposed by company and expect to be paid. We have now been told we have to either use vacation time or not get paid. I specifically crossed it out so that I would get paid. Are there any legal rights regarding this?