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Posted by: Unhappy | 2009/04/07

Relocation of Office

Our offices are relocating which means I will be required to travel further. Do I have any rights in this regard?

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re: Relocation of Office

The company can relocate their offices and you have no rights in this regard. The only time this can be possibly considered is if you move from one city to another and it becomes completely prohibitive, this might create a situation where you need to resign because you cannot afford to do the travel or cannot afford the time.

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