OK - so I had a conversation with our general manager almost two weeks ago about my new responsibilities and the necessity to compensate me fairly for my new job. He agreed that my taking on more duties meant that the company needed to examine my salary and adjust it accordingly. He said he would follow up with me on the following Wednesday. That was last Wednesday. He has been completely unavailable and hasn't answered a single email of mine asking him for another meeting. Today I sent him an actual meeting request. If he doesn't answer it by 3 p.m., I will physically track him down.
His assistant, we'll call her Tammy, was supposed to change my pay code last February when I moved to the new office from the old office. Old office is in a city that taxes anyone who works there. Turns out, Tammy didn't do it in February, but in July, when everyone else form old office came over to new office. So when I got my W-2 in the mail, it was incorrect. Not only did the mistake allow the old office to deduct taxes from my paycheck when I wasn't even working there, but the gross pay they used to calculate those taxes adds up to seven months of pay, not the actual two. Long story short, I have an incorrect W-2.
I went to payroll and asked one of the staff up there, I'll call her Tanya, what I needed to do to get it corrected. SHe told me it was only $14 they took out of my paycheck for taxes, so I shouldn't stress over it. I said, "Well, my W-2 is still incorrect. If anyone finds out that I moved over here in February and not July, that gross pay calculation does not add up to two months of pay. That can cause some serious problems for me." She then gave me some lazy song and dance about how I should get a tax advisor and just tell them that I moved over in February and not July. That should clear things up.
Um, no, THat doesn't prove anything. So I went back to assistant General Manager and explained the problem (half because I didn't know where else to turn and half because Tammy is his assistant and he needed to know about her mistake). He said something about trying to back out and submitting a revised personnel action form and maybe they can issue a new W-2 from that, blahblahblah. I watched him write it down and say it would be the first thing he checked on the following day. So I never heard back from him, and sent him and email asking what he found out. No reply.
So this morning, first thing, I emailed the head of the payroll group, explaining the situation and asking what I need to do because I need to get rolling on my tax returns and I have an incorrect W-2. It is now noon and still no response. What do I do now? Am I THAT unimportant that nobody wants to return ANY of my emails or phone calls? What the heck is going on here?