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Respected Sir/Madam
,
I am working in an indian MNC in sales.
My employer sent me the mail regarding revised compensation by reducing 15% of my total compensation. The basis salary has also been reduced by same percentage .The mail was marked to me just 3 days before the revised salary credit to my account. I was not communicated earlier and no consent of mine was taken.Moreover the policy has not been implemented uniformally for the many other colleagues of mine who were lesser performers than me .Kindly advise what legal action can be initiated .
Thanks and regards
Ritu
16th November 2012 From India, Mumbai
Company nees to form a special resolution for this kind of action. They must take consent of employee whose salary gonna be decreased in prior. Else it is unfair practice under the employment condition of sales staff. You can consult with your HR department for more justifications before proceeding for legal action, that will affect on your job existance.
16th November 2012 From Singapore
Dear Ritu,
It is rather unfortunate that your salary has been revised downwards. However, you have no legal action to be taken against your employer.You can approach your boss to explain why you have been treated that way. You admit that you are a low performer that is why you have little to do. Your worry is that other lesser employees are taken salaries higher than you. You believe they are lesser performers but in the eyes of Management, they are better performers than you.what about that?
16th November 2012 From Ghana
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