Our expert says:
Sounds like a rather unfair situation - did you get paid extra for acting up and doing 2 jobs ? It seems to unfortunate that people who face serious evidence of malpractice, get rewarded by an extended period "suspended" on full pay for no work, and are then apparently allowed to resign without real penalties. Meanwhile either someone else has to do their work, or the work doesnt get done.
Maybe you should speak to a good labour lawyer - major changes in the nature of your job could be unfair. Upgrading the content and difficulty of the job without upgrading the salary seems just infair.
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