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2016-01-11 06:19:44 Post No. 1036456
Post No. 1036456
I currently work for a large corporation. A few months ago, I was given an annual evaluation, and the paperwork stated I was getting a raise for a higher hourly rate. I signed it, and so did two managers who worked there. However, when this raise was supposed to kick in, I was only given around 3/4 of it. I talked to HR, who told me that papers pertaining to my employment are not legally binding, and they won't allow me to have a copy of it. I did some research on the internet and found that in some cases paperwork signed with an employer may be considered an "implicit contract," which is litigable. Are they in breach of contract? Can I sue for the difference of what my employment papers say they agreed to pay me and what I'm actually being paid? Can I file a complaint with the state labor board?