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    Default Hourly on Some Jobs, Commissioned on Others

    In the state of Oregon, can an employer arbitrarily decide that you are an hourly employee on one type of job/task, and a commisioned employee on another?

    A buddy of mine is working for a company that does this. I've seen their employee handbook (my friend showed it to me) and it doesn't specifically address this question.

    Thoughts?

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    Default Re: Hourly on Some Jobs, Commissioned on Others

    In all 50 states, they not only can, but if they're going to do commission correctly, they must.

    Not all jobs can legally be commission only.

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