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(Canada) - Renegotiated pay

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  • Jan 15th, 2020 7:29 pm
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Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2011
32019 posts
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Ottawa
Were you presented with a letter of the increase?
Verbal promises doesn't mean shit.
Sr. Member
Jan 19, 2018
646 posts
403 upvotes
Talk to an employment lawyer. As you said, this is a complicated situation.
Deal Addict
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Jan 22, 2009
1981 posts
775 upvotes
Montreal
What kind of "global company" is this? Lol
Sr. Member
Jan 7, 2005
701 posts
103 upvotes
Toronto
If you have everything in writing with information to support your position, especially with signature, then you are set if you get the right legal help. If you were given verbal commitments, then good luck (and treated as lessons learned).
For all the organization I've worked for, if there is an internal transfer with impact to compensation, a signed employee offer is required for that transfer which would include compensation information. Note that your point around client billing rate has nothing to do with your salary.
Member
Nov 22, 2017
458 posts
237 upvotes
Getting legal aid might burn the bridge. Be careful, the key is to communicate things thoroughly with HR and your boss. Remind them constantly about the situation. I think that's the best way to approach this whether you have things in writing or expressed verbally.
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2011
32019 posts
17906 upvotes
Ottawa
They're trying to fix it... what's the problem?
Sr. Member
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Nov 9, 2005
654 posts
115 upvotes
This happened to me, I spoke to my HR and they resolved it by paying the missed increase all in one lump sum.

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