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What is the name of your state? florida. I was hired in sales two years ago on a four year employment agreement. I was given a sales quota amount which I have always attained. Three months ago I was given another sales number andtold to meet it or be discharged. I did not meet the new number and I was discharged for lack of production. what are my rights.


Senior Member
Unless the employment agreement you refer to was an actual contract and it guaranteed that the company could not change your sales quotas and/or that you would not be dismissed for this reason or for the four years of the agreement, then none.

Barring any contractual agreement to the contrary, the employer may dismiss you if you fail to meet their new expectations.


to I am always liable and beth 3.. THis was an employment contract with specific sales numbers and no provision for change. and to i am always liable are you a lawyer or an idiot. please reply either way.


I'm a Northern Girl
You are going to have to have the agreement looked at by a local attorney to determine how binding it is. Strangers on a public bulletin board who have not read the agreement are not going to be able to answer this question with any authority.

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