What should I do
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What should I do
I’m having a issue at my work, and I want to know if my case is a
civil class act case, so I been working this job for a while now and
they made me crew leader with more pay. I been doing it for a while
now with no pay. I have ask and called everyone they won’t get back
at me. He told on day no matter what I’m scheduled to work because
of my position as crew leader so everything’s a question him or ask
him about my crew leader pay he has me on call I’m trying to figure
out is because he’s trying to get back at me because I asked him
about the raise he keep telling me he’s waiting for me to get
approve. If I’m not approve how am I doing crew leader position.
They are very rude too many individuals with management skills at
Asked on February 2, 2017 under Employment Labor Law, California
SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 6 years ago | Contributor
No, unfortunately unless you have a written employment contract for a definite duration (e.g. 1-year) which has not yet expired and which promises you the raise, you have no claim. In the absence of such a written contract, all employment is "employment at will"; that means, among other things, that your employer sets your compensation and can change it at will--that is, at any time, for any reason. They can renege on a promised raise, for example, without penalty, because without a contract, what you are paid is entirely up to them.
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