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Ask the Expert: Can you Lower Employee’s Pay for Poor Performance?

The short answer to your question is “Yes, it is generally legal to reduce an employee’s pay in order to account for unsatisfactory performance.” Just as employers may increase employee wages for exemplary performance, an employee’s paycheck can also be a viable method for deterring or improving poor performance.


Interns: 2nd Circuit Adopts Flexible Approach for Classification

By Ashley Harrison Sakakeeny, JD

The U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals— which covers Connecticut, New York, and Vermont—recently announced a surprisingly employer-friendly test for evaluating whether unpaid interns should be classified as employees.