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Can we adjust salaries downward because of a lower cost of living?

06/03/2019

Q: “An employee is moving within the company from the California, Ventura area to Phoenix, Arizona. When discussing compensation, would it be discriminatory to remove considerable pay after relocating? For example, if the employee is making 64k and we lower the pay by 17% because of the lower cost of living?” – David, Arizona

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