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If an employer changes a bonus structure offered as an agreement of employment, have they breachedI intereviewed with a health company regarding a position which included relocation from Texas to Virginia. They included as part of the offer/ agreement, inclusion of an incentive bonus which was heavly touted as lecurative. After relocation and being employeed less than one month the employeer has changed/ reduced the benefit structure which will significantly reduce annual income from the origi...

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Non-Compete Opposite of UsualI do extensive work for my employer with respect to Workers' Compensation and Union issues in a heavily regulated industry. I would like my employee to compensate me in exchange for a non-compete clause for a period of one year, i.e.: no working for the Unions, regulatory bodies, etc. Is this possible?

1 answer  |  asked Jul 30, 2007

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