Delaying or cancelling a promised raise

Economic concerns delayed promised raise

Tim Mitchell

Question: If a company tells its employees they will receive a raise on a certain date but there's a delay, do the raises have to be retroactive to the originally planned date? If it told employees the raises would be retroactive, can the company change its mind due to economic reasons?

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