My question involves employment and labor law for the state of: Wisconsin
The employer decided to " eliminate a salaried position". Employee was not terminated for cause. The employer told the employee that effective x/x/xxxx
the employee would be working for a differnt company, in a non-salaried, commission only position. Employer gave employee a letter stating that salary and health insurance benefits would continue for X months. After 1 month, the employer has not issued a paycheck and is trying to change the terms specified in the letter signed by the President of the company.
If the employee was promised ( in writing) salary and health insurance for a specified period of time, can the employer refuse to honor that commitment? What should the former-employee do next?