Can an employer decrease your rate of pay without informing you?

I am a full time employee at Aldi and my wages were decreased by $1/hr last month without me being informed about it. The only information I received was a message on my paycheck that stated my wage had been changed. I was not given a reason. My managers didn’t know why. I was told today that I was being overpaid for a while and this was the wage I was supposed to be receiving. I’d like to know if they are required to notify me of a change in pay prior to it taking place. I’d also like to know if they are allowed to refuse to allow an employee to take the personal days they have accumulated prior to leaving the company. Thank you in advance.

0 answers  |  asked Oct 9, 2019 09:15 AM [EST]  |  applies to Minnesota

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