Appeals Court To Employee: "You're Kidding Us, Right?"

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Employers are free to change the terms of employment compensation prospectively as long as there is no contractual provision prohibiting such changes. In order to best defend against potential claims, however, employers should exercise caution in drafting employment agreements and always insert language that expressly sets out how changes in compensation are to be handled.

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