My question involves employment and labor law for the state of: Texas
I work in software & technology sales. I worked for a company for a year, resigning this past July. My offer letter stated 2 items that were not actually allowed - 1) I was to be a sales overlay to the sales team, being able to work with the sales force (4 people). 1 month into the job at a sales meeting the CEO stood up & told everyone that I would be working with him & 1 major partner that I had just come from, & that I would not be working with any other sales people. He did this b/c he was unhappy with the lack of productivity with the existing sales team. This caused a major issue within the company, creating a political divide, & put a big strain on me limiting my activities due to my lack of bandwidth. Can this be considered a breach of contract?
2) The offer letter also stated that I was to help one of the executives with international sales. But, I was not allowed to follow-up on this, even though my primary partner wanted me to meet with various people in other countries, & asked us to put our software in one of their labs in another country to show clients. This also limited my activities.
The CEO has been unethical & misrepresents who clients are, capabilities & revenue, both internally & externally (press releases).
They are refusing to pay 3 weeks of vacation that I had earned. My employee contract says to refer to the employment manual on vacation questions, a document I have never seen, nor has other existing emploees or another ex-employee I talked to. Can they not pay vacation?