To To The company owes the salary of about 70 employees, with a year-end bonus of 234789, The company has already done asset transfers, leaving only an empty shell, almost everything is rented. The plan given by the company now is: 234 will only pay 70% of the basic salary and then deduct social security (234 work from home), 78 will be issued normally, the year-end bonus is gone More than 30 people have agreed to this plan, but they are very entangled. On the one hand, companies deduct too much, On the one hand, I am worried that the company will not send it out Too many companies are in arrears of wages this year, and labor arbitration has already been applied. I heard that it has been scheduled until early October. The earliest trial will not be held until the end of November to early December. Even if I have the chance to win, I don’t know if I can get the salary that I responded to. The previous salary was issued by the parent company behind Now I am relatively short of money, credit cards and mortgages are under great pressure. Should I continue arbitration? Still compromise? <br>
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Netizens reply: To To Workplace law: If you can bear it, get out of it. When I go out to work, I just go out to sell it. Will you pay for the female ticket? Talk to me?
Netizens reply: To To If you can bear it, then you can't bear it. It's that simple. There are no other options.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: keithe published on 2020-9-2114:06 Quickly find a new job, the arbitration will not stop
Netizens reply: To To Find a lawyer to ask him to arbitrate for you, make an agreement with him, no fees, give him X% of the arbitration proceeds, and he will definitely give you the money. In a situation where salary payment is more complicated, it is more difficult to conduct arbitration yourself. Of course, it is definitely impossible to agree, and the report is over. After all, our country is still a proletarian country.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: aria2net published on 2020-9-2114:06 Workplace law: If you can bear it, get out of it. When I go out to work, I just go out to sell it. Will you pay for the female ticket? Talk to me? ...
Netizens reply: To To Quote: aoerboquartz published on 2020-9-2114:10 If you can bear it, then you can't bear it. It's that simple. There are no other options.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Madlifer published on 2020-9-2114:12 Find a lawyer to ask him to arbitrate for you, make an agreement with him, no fees, give him X% of the arbitration proceeds, and he will definitely give you the money. Salaries like this...
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Sleepless Flight Published on 2020-9-2114:14 Arbitration can't get all of it, it can only be a compromise.

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