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QLD Enforcing Compensation Plans - Where Do I Stand under Employment Law?

Discussion in 'Employment Law Forum' started by Willo23, 26 August 2015.

  1. Willo23

    Willo23 Member

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    Hi All - I was after some feedback around changes to a sales commission / compensation plan that my company is proposing. This new plan was supposed to come in effect at the beginning of their new financial year (April 1st), but as yet has not been finalised, nor rolled out. Given we are nearly 5 months into the new financial year, and I have not received any written notification or otherwise about the change, where do I stand under Employment Law to enforce my previous compensation plan, given there are quarterly bonuses owed?
     
  2. Worldly1

    Worldly1 Well-Known Member

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    You'd have to rely on what you've actually got in writing from your employer. Perhaps you could raise it with whoever is in charge of the commission payments to clarify?

    You could also contact the Fair Work Ombudsman and see if they have a view: Pay - Fair Work Ombudsman
     

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