Can employer change what is said in my deployment letter signed by me and ED?

I received an offer letter for employment. It says I will make $41000 per year and that $11000 had been set aside for benefits package. It also said that the benefits package details would come later since they didn't know how much my health insurance would be. 5 months of insurance has been paid, there is a lot of money leftover. I have worked here for 7 months. I have asked what are the options with the rest of the money, and I have not really received a response at all. But, I heard that the boss said that the left over is not really my money, that they just used a figure they knew would cover insurance. Is this legal? I can e-mail the letter to someone.

0 answers  |  asked Aug 11, 2011 5:56 PM [EST]  |  applies to Texas

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