Last post June 14, 2019 07:11 AM by Rachel Stinson. 1 repiles.
We have an employee that requested to transfer to a different state, where we have an office. The cost of living is significantly lower in the new state. The employee has a national role, and will travel extensively. We're curious what other companies do in this situation (i.e. a cost of living salary decrease or keep the employee at the same salary)? Thanks for your help!
Well , every company has its different policy.If state transfer is effecting the performance of the employee by any means then definitely the salary deduction is valid.
But YES, In most of the organizations depending on the cahnge in tax rate and cost of accomodation etc there are changes in salary .