How can Truck Driver protect himself?
How can a Truck Driver for a company protect himself after finding out that the company is taking money that should be going to him for loads hauled. Are there steps he should be taking.
More Info: Bookkeeper/ payroll paying flat right on loads where he should be getting a percentage. Contract was signed, Should he have access to this contract and does the company have the right to change to pay rate without drivers knowledge?
I would suggest looking around for an Employee handbook or request one from their human resource dept if they have one. I would also suggest speaking with either an employment counselor, union representative or lawyer.
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