Does an employer have to pay bonuses if they promised it to an employee who met all requirements?

I became the Bar Manager in February 2010, and was told I would receive more hourly wage, a promo, and bonuses. The bonus is meant to be payed to managers who meet their required numbers. I met my numbers almost every month from Feb. to Oct., but was never payed it. I was told we didn't have the money to pay bonuses. But I have seen a written document stating the payment schedule for bonuses, and it never said it wouldn't be paid if there was no money. It simply stated the percentage each manager would receive if their individual numbers came back at a certain percentage, which I repeatedly did.

0 answers  |  asked Nov 22, 2010 2:56 PM [EST]  |  applies to Ohio

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