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Current salary is 15% below the range on updated job posting

So, a Year and a half without a Payrise? If they are advertising the same position that you are currently in for a higher salary, then absolutely you can ask to be compensated appropriately. Things ...
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Can one be demoted and have one's pay cut for not taking a promotion?

We are not lawyers. Get a lawyer for legal advice. In the US, without an explict contract most work is "At Will". Meaning that with certain exceptions for race, etc. you can be fired, ...
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Can one be demoted and have one's pay cut for not taking a promotion?

Most US states (including Texas) are at-will states. As such yes you can be demoted or ask to take a pay cut to continue employment. However... there are exceptions to this. In the case of Texas it ...
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Can one be demoted and have one's pay cut for not taking a promotion?

Can they do this Well - the answer depends on region and what your contract says. As a general rule, you can decline to sign a new contract - but then that would result in your role being ...
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Can one be demoted and have one's pay cut for not taking a promotion?

You are in a "at will" state so yes they can do this. Its stupid, and bad management but that is health care. Providers and customers are being squeezed so the business types can make ...
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What are my rights if an old employer claims they overpaid my pension contributions and is demanding repayment?

Top level is that if you were not supposed to get this money, you will have to return it. This has nothing to do with ethics either, it's same as if employer were to overpay you by accident - the ...
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Discussing a Salary Adjustment at a startup. Tips?

It is beside the point "How common it is". If you feel you should have received a raise then by all means approach your Manager (or HR). Tell them you love working there, drop a few hints ...
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Current salary is 15% below the range on updated job posting

I am a financial analyst and I can explain how it works in the background from budgeting perspective. In order to add an FTE (full time employee) to the company's budget that FTE needs 1) to be ...
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Current salary is 15% below the range on updated job posting

I genuinely enjoy working at the company and do not want to unintentionally sour the relationship with the leadership. You need to consider your perspective on this carefully. You've worked 18 months ...
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