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Employer doesnt pay my like he tell me

Hello i dont know how to start. I am
workin at one hotel in reading. First i
start like kitchen porter with 15000
wages per year, this was in march 2016.
In july , on the end of the month the
general manager in that period ask me
if i want to be upgrated like a porter
in reception with a salary 16000 per
year without driver license, after
driver license i will get between 1718
000 per year. I start like porter on 15
of august. That means in august i
should be paid like half month kitchen
porter half porter. On the first of
september i recive my payslip and i
realise that i am not payd corectly. I
ask my manager and he tell me he forget
to change my contract. I said is ok but
please change my contract and my wages
this month in september. He said ok.
After 1 month of work on 1 october i
saw again my payslip and the same
nothing change. The again i speack with
my general manager and again he said he
forget . Ok maybe this month will be
ok. On half of october my reception
manager came to me with a paper wich
show that from the first of september i
work like porter with a salary 16500
per year without driver license and
after with driver license i will have
17500. I sign that paper, he signes,
and now goes to the general manager to
sign it. I said is ok this month
certanly i will be payd. On the first
of november i realise again i am not
pay. I write a nice mail.to my manager
. I ask why they lie to me. On the 3 4
of november the y said to me i will be
payd. On the 23 of november i tell them
please do not forget to pay me
corectly. My manager said let me speack
with general manager and you sure will
be payd. But i cant wait and i go
myself to the new general manager and
he tell me he never pay me with that
salary. I was shocked. I ask but why
noone tell me earlyer? He dont have an
answer. I dont know what to do

Asked on November 26, 2016 under Employment Labor Law, Kansas

Answers:

SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 4 years ago | Contributor

If you have a written employment contract guarantying you a certain salary, you can enforce that contract in court, with a lawsuit (for "breach of contract") if necessary. That would be the only way to enforce the contract: by suing.
If you don't have a written contract guarantying you that salary or wage, however, you cannot enforce the promise to pay you more: only employment or salary promises contained in actual written contracts, signed by the parties, and where you did something to get the salary (such as agreeing to switch to a different job, position, hours, or shift) are enforceable.


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