No, Mr. Knowitall, the handbook does not specify dollar amount, just what I have written above. I guess he paid some pretty smart lawyers to get around that. I never expected the office I work out of would do a dirty, rotten, low down scheme to my pay. I guess I have to search for another job. A job where there are many employees and not just a few that never get to see each other, let alone talk to one another. I believe they set it up that way because if we ran into each other, then we would have a chance to talk to one another and perhaps organize. You see, Mr. Knowitall, I work for a "For Profit Home Healthcare Company" with many small offices located throughout the US. We are suppose to be their greatest assets. Liars. I know I was WRONGED, Mr. Knowitall, and I appreciate your knowledge in this matter I really do. But if they needed to cut my PTO dollar per hour amount for one reason or another, then they should have at least given me advanced notice, so I could decide whether or not to continue my employment with them. I'm an excellent employee and I know it! I may not have any rights by law, but I'll get them where I know it will hurt, by their reputation. IS THERE ANY LAW IN NEW JERSEY, MR. KNOWITALL, THAT STATES I CAN'T PUBLISH MY EXPERIENCE WITH MY EMPLOYER IF EVERYTHING I WRITE IS FACT, TRUTH, AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH?
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Thank you, cbg, but like I said to Mr. Knowitall, I may have no rights in this matter, but I am a good employee and didn't deserve this one bit. Is there any law in the State of New Jersey that states I can't publicly tell my experience with this company if it is factual and truthful?