Has Your Employer Withheld Your Commission? Here’s What You Should Know.

An employer's failure to pay a commission often boils down to one thing: the contract.

The language in a contract involving the payment of a commission — or in any contract for that matter — will dictate the obligations of parties involved.

There are many reasons why an employer may feel the right to withhold your commission. Perhaps there is language in your contract that characterizes your commission as discretionary or contingent on some event.

Or, perhaps, no such language exists, and your employer has chosen to unlawfully withhold your rightful pay for malicious reasons or otherwise.

That's where we come in.

Fighting For Employee Rights

At Fair Work P.C., we help employees. We fight for their rights, and we pursue recovery when their rights have been violated.

Our team of attorneys have over 50 years of combined experience exclusively handling Massachusetts employment law claims. We have recovered significant settlements, awards and verdicts for employees throughout Boston who have suffered but not received all the compensation they are owed.

Let us help you.

Come Talk To Us; We're Here To Help

If you have been denied a commission you believe you are rightfully owed, let's talk about the situation.

Contracts are complex. Our team of lawyers can examine yours and determine whether your employer had a right to deny your pay. If they didn't, together, we can determine a course of action you feel comfortable pursuing.

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