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I have been working for this employer for 7 years
I really require an answer to my query and soon, I was not aware when I paid for the answer that it would not be immediate. My interpretation of "ASAP" as it clearly states on your web page is not going to meetings etc. If you a busy with clients why was I not put in the care of someone who has the time to dedicate to what is essentially a paying customer.
For Ben Jones
Ben the issue is not with the payment, as I have received all payments due, The question is, Can my employer change my targets which my bonus has been paid on effectively moving the goal posts, Can I refuse the change that has been put to me or do I have to accept the new targets which if put in place will drastically change this years income?
Just to clarify I had agreed on a bonus 3 years ago with my employer based on achieving set targets and now have exceeded these far from what was expected. I had at the time believed this was set in stone albeit verbal. Now I have been asked to accept a new set of targets which will reduce my annual income drastically I don't want to accept this, Can they force this on me?