|Oct. 1, 2011 | www.fisherphillips.com|
California's Sixth Appellate District recently issued a decision upholding an employer's right to modify the compensation terms of an at-will employment agreement where the employee never made a written protest to the modification and the employee continued to accept the modified compensation offered. Foust v. San Jose Construction Company, Inc.
Employers continue to be challenged with claims from terminated employees who received payroll deductions for debts they owed the employer.