You closed the sale but now your boss says you’re not owed a commission. Is that legal? Here’s what you should know.

You closed the sale but now your boss says you’re not owed a commission. Is that legal? Here’s what you should know.

Unpaid commissions often boil down to one thing: the commission contract. The contract will determine how and what you should be paid. Even if there’s nothing in writing, there can still be a contract, but it might be harder to prove your rights.

An employer might have a legal right to withhold your commissions. Perhaps there is language in the contract that says your commission only has to be paid when certain things happen, like when the customer pays.

Or, maybe no such language exists, and your employer is unlawfully withholding your pay for malicious or unlawful reasons. That’s where we come in. At Fair Work, we help employees – including vindicating employees’ and works’ rights to get paid commissions they’ve earned.

Our team of attorneys has over 50 years of combined experience exclusively handling Massachusetts employment law claims. We have recovered significant settlements, awards, and verdicts for employees who were not paid all the commissions they were owed.

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