My fiance currently works for a company that pays her a basic and comm. She does sales for different companies and gets different comms for different companies that she sells to (or different items). Each month she sees how much she has sold and is quite shocked at how low it is relative to all the sales made. In a good sales month, she will make less than a "bad" (i.e. less sold) month. Her bosses don't want to divulge how they come up with this figure, and we would like to know the legislation with regards to commission earned. Does the company have to tell you exactly how they get to this figure (Is it a legal obligation)? I would imagine they need to give this information to employees so that they can track their Commissions every month.
Any help / pointing in direction of legislation would be highly appreciated.