Can I unilaterally change the work duties to be carried out by an employee?
An employer cannot do this without the employee’s agreement unless under one of the following circumstances:
Even if the labour contract contains an express provision permitting unilateral variation of duties this clause cannot be relied upon in all instances.
How can I change the salary of an employee?
Any salary adjustment would amount to a change of the labour contract and therefore would require the employee’s agreement. In practice, of course, no employee will complain about an increase in salary!
However, if the employer wants to reduce its employees’ salary, then it should either:
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