In the law of employment contract, can an employer impose a salary reduction or remove any other allowances?

What does the law of employment contract state where an employee has a salary reduced and allowances removed when production levels go down in an organisation and what advice can you give to such an employee and how does the law of employment contract protect such an employee?

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3 Responses to “In the law of employment contract, can an employer impose a salary reduction or remove any other allowances?”

  1. IceVaughn Says:

    An employer can only reduce your salary if it stipulates in your contract that if you aren’t selling or producing a certain amount of product they can. ie. You must sell 50 bananas a day to make 6.00 an hour or your salary will be reduced by one penny for every banana you are short. you sign this contract at the beginning of employment. you sell 40 bananas so your new salary is 5.90 an hour. Only if you signed the contract. If you are unsure ask your wmployer to prove that you signed it by showing you the papers. if your employer is unwilling or unable you have grounds for a lawsuit.

  2. mrkeysandelectricalsuplies Says:

    which country?IT MATTERS

  3. sandy Says:

    in india the answer is YES