Retro paid for a year I was paid the wrong hourly wage

So, at my yearly review my boss says, "you should have been getting $11/Hr all along because your specific title gets 11" but, I was getting paid 10 (per hour). So now, almost a year after that review I realize hey, I should've been compensated for that error in my wage where I got paid a dollar less than I was supposed to for a whole year. Is this within my right? Does my employer have to honor this if I request it, even though this time has passed... It seems the money is still owed. Thoughts, advice?

0 answers  |  asked May 5, 2016 9:57 PM [EST]  |  applies to Texas

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