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22/09/2014 11:30:56
Re: Company refuse to pay commission

Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to seek for advice for my case. My salary is basic pay + commission. Currently I have a case whereby the Sales letter was stated the product lines but now company refuse to credit the product performance to me due to the revenue too big.

Am I have the rights to insist company to pay me based on Sales Letter given?
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KL Siew
22/09/2014 12:29:56
If you know the exact the amount of commission due to you, you can try to make a complaint at the Labour Department see whether they can help you get it. If you want to do that, you have to personally to the department to file the claim. Please note that the Labour Department can only deal with employees with salary not more than RM2000. If you salary is more than that, you may have to consult a lawyer see whether you can sue for it in court.
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