Asked by WesleyO on 08-12-2021 18:23:36
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape
Hi my employer helped me out with a loan a few months back our agreement was I pay back a set amount each month for 10 months I'm now on the 6th month and suddenly accounts department has told me that per my employers instruction she must take outstanding monies owed off my bonus can he do this and do I have any legal foot to stand on
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 10-12-2021 11:24:31
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If there was an agreement reached with your employer, then your employer must stick to the agreement! So you need to talk to them to say that they can't just use part of your bonus to settle your loan.
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