Is it legal for a company to layoff employees then call them back with less pay?
The company I work for is wanting to have a layoff of everyone that is making over $8.00 and more,then calling them back with less pay. And what we do about it.
Yes it is legal.
Working for an employer is "at will".
Therefore either party can terminate a working arrangement.
You have the option to accept less pay or walk away.
One of the reasons unions came into being was to give the "workers" certain rights to protect them from being taken advantage of.
Best of luck!
yes , it's legal
You supposed to offer now more than before's package
otherwise the worker will not at all work in your company.
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