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Q: Does an employer legally have to provide an inflationary salary increase each year based on cost of living?

James says....
I checked with an associate who’s worked with HR pros in numerous categories, and here’s what he had to say: “Only if the employment contract states so explicitly. Employers are under no obligation to provide a raise to anyone unless they have agreed to do so in writing.” So there you have it.

James Coburn is a career specialist with 20 years' experience in search recruitment. He is VP of wwwork!. Click here to send him your questions.