Draw against commission payback awhen leaving a job?

I am ready to resign from my catering sales position I started on Nov. 1, 2000. The job is not bringing in anywhere near the stated pay potential when I started. At this point my commissions have not made up the draw I took against commissions. My contract does not stipulate paying back any draw against commission if I leave. Am I responsible for paying this money back?

1 answer  |  asked Apr 27, 2002 05:56 AM [EST]  |  applies to Pennsylvania

Answers (1)

Christopher Ezold
Contract Review Necessary for Answer

I'm afraid no lawyer could answer your question without reviewing the contract first.

Further, to answer your question, more information about the normal course of dealing between your employer and its commissioned salespeople would also need to be answered.

In sum, you should consult a lawyer directly for answers to your questions.

/Christopher E. Ezold/

Christopher E. Ezold
Nancy O'Mara Ezold, P.C.
401 City Line Avenue,
Suite 904
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
(610) 660-5585

posted by Christopher Ezold  |  Apr 29, 2002 2:01 PM [EST]

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