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Can my employer change my 1099 contracted pay rate without my acceptance or a new contract?

OK. So there are a couple of issues here. It's good that there was a written agreement, and I hope you have a copy. If you are being paid as a 1099, on its face you don't have an EMPLOYER. You have ...
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Salary appraisal didn't go as planned, discussion with manager seemed to have backfired. What should I try at this point?

You have four potential moves: Find another employer who's willing to sponsor your H1B visa. This is the ideal solution, but I think it's safer to assume that this is not going to happen right now. ...
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During the interview process, what are the benefits of a "No Negotiation" policy?

One possible benefit for the company is that it saves them time: there is no negotiation back and forth, and if you don't like their offer, they can drop you and give the offer to the next candidate. ...
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Salary appraisal didn't go as planned, discussion with manager seemed to have backfired. What should I try at this point?

I know the obvious step is to go and really sincerely apologize to my manager This isn't obvious to me and it's unlikely to accomplish anything. I'd work hard, stay cheerful and job search. It doesn'...
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Can my employer change my 1099 contracted pay rate without my acceptance or a new contract?

It's definitely not clear what your situation is, because you are mixing terms which match an employer-employee relationship (like "salary" and "gross pay") with terms with match a ...
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During the interview process, what are the benefits of a "No Negotiation" policy?

Given that they were upfront about it, I think it would be appropriate to just ask them — provided you frame it as a way of learning about their corporate culture, and not as a way of trying to ...
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During the interview process, what are the benefits of a "No Negotiation" policy?

"No negotiation" is a farce. If they want you bad enough, they'll negotiate. This is a way to get candidates who aren't sure of themselves to accept low offers. If they are told that the ...
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During the interview process, what are the benefits of a "No Negotiation" policy?

They publicize a salary range per position, but once they extend an offer, it's a "take it or leave it" situation. This applies to equity as well, although I won't be told the details of the ...
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Can my employer here in germany withhold money from my salary based on a mistake

No They are not allowed to withhold money. That would be illegal and I would suggest you get a lawyer to make sure you get your money. Most of the time, a letterhead to prove you mean business is all ...
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How do I take advantage of a much better offer in monetary terms if I don't actually want to change companies?

However, this demand is far below the new offer. Maybe, maybe not. Some recruiters are good about this thing but others just blow hot air without any data or justification. I wouldn't take any ...
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During the interview process, what are the benefits of a "No Negotiation" policy?

This is absolutely normal in many locales and industries. It befits everyone by saving time by cutting out negotiations. Often you just want a qualified worker, you don't need a genius or a prima ...
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During the interview process, what are the benefits of a "No Negotiation" policy?

If the salary are non-negotiable are the pay increases too? If they are going to play hardball on the salary then I would play hardball on the increases. If you refuse to negotiate on the pay then I ...
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Can a job change my position and lower pay after hiring me?

It's unlikely that your employer can unilaterally reduce you pay, however, it is likely, if there is a legitimate business need, that they are able to give you what is basically an ultimatum of being ...
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During the interview process, what are the benefits of a "No Negotiation" policy?

You need to know what you are worth, that’s all. If you pass the interview, and the company passes the interview, then an offer will be made. The simple cases are an offer where you instantly say yes, ...
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How do I take advantage of a much better offer in monetary terms if I don't actually want to change companies?

Recruiters cannot be relied upon in general, and it's very likely that you could delay accepting any new offer of employment until after your internal appointment has occurred, so no conflict may ...
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How do I take advantage of a much better offer in monetary terms if I don't actually want to change companies?

I think you need to choose what is more valuable for you: the salary or the network and circumstances, as apparently you cannot get both at the same time. You can play the card of giving notice and ...
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During the interview process, what are the benefits of a "No Negotiation" policy?

In theory A Company with such a Policy would usually expect to offer a premium salary in the first instance. If you think of it like putting a multi-offer on a Home - you put in your highest offer ...
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