Originally Posted by tdoster
Is the slip compensation listed on your paycheck as compensation? Is it deducted from your pay on your paycheck in any way? If they are deducting the slip from your actual pay, then you essentially have the same rights as others in the marina. If so, then you should have a lease
agreement for the slip they assigned you.
My assumption may be incorrect in this case but a lot of these deals are under the table ways to avoid taxes
. You get compensated with a slip and it doesn't show up on your pay stub. He doesn't have to pay employment
on a portion of your pay.
Unfortunately, this puts you at his mercy to a large degree. He could suddenly realize he "forgot" to include the slip as part of your compensation and report a correction to the IRS.
If you had nothing in writing, you still have no rights to a particular slip and you just created an akward working situaiton.