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​CASE DOCUMENTS

CASE DESCRIPTION

Former Oracle sales representatives sued the company over its incentive compensation practices, alleging that Oracle routinely:

  • Delayed issuing compensation plans and back-dated the plans;

  • Re-planned sales representatives and back-dated re-plans that increase quotas, reduce commission rates, and reduce payouts;

  • Delayed paying commissions for 45 days or longer after they are earned;

  • Relied on vague or secret criteria and processes to reduce commissions;

  • Clawed back commissions month or years after they were earned and paid;

  • Used the threat of collections to recoup commissions already paid out.

 

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Xinying Valerian, Esq.

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Albany, CA

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