My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Ohio
I have been terminated by my employer this year (alleged reason: performance). Severance agreement from the employer says that short term incentives are not included within the agreement (so the Company does not want to pay me my year end bonus for 2019), yet presents an Exhibit which says that the company policy requires that any employee needs to be employed by the company on the day of the bonus payment to be entitled for the bonus. For any given year, typical year end bonus payments happen in March of the following year. I'd like to find out how courts would view this case under Ohio/Federal law. Am I entitled to my bonus (as an earned right), or not? Thanking you in advance.