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qq
10/08/2010 12:36:14
Re: deduct 50% of salary due to company unproductive

Hi,
my company currently announce that they will deduct our 50% salary start from sept 2010 for some selected people only, but no memo comes out yet. I would like to know whether can a company cut our salary like that? what should I do except find new job? I rather than being retrench than cut 50% salary, and I would like to get back my benefits. as in my employment contract, if being retrench/terminate, i can get back salary 1 year equal to 1 months salary. i know the company do like this is want us to get new job and leave the company without any compensation.
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KL Siew
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10/08/2010 14:37:42
The company cannot simply do that. May be just rumours hoping that some will resign on their own. You don't do anything now but just wait. When your salary is deducted by 50% in September then you complain to the Labour Office.
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qq
10/08/2010 15:02:46
If I complain now, what can the labour office do for us?
There is rumour that company has moved most of their project to a new company and left this company 'empty', so i just afraid that don't know when this company will shut down in sudden and we get nothing compensation.
Any advice for this?
thanks.
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KL Siew
10/08/2010 15:15:00
You have no issue to complain yet. However, you can always go there get their advice as to what you should do when the time comes.
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qq
27/09/2010 15:57:56
Hi,
the management issue a letter to every employee, ask us go into the meeting room one bye one, then ask us to sign and agree with cut off 50% salary start Oct 2010 due to company financial problem.
they said, no matter u sign or not, company will not open for the last 2 weeks end of the month, even u don't agree, the company will still issue the half month salary only.
is it with this letter, can file the complain to the labour office?
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