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Nature of work different from job description and contract

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sportstuff


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hi. i would like to know is it legal to contest if you already signed a contract with your job description and midway your contract, you are asked to perform a different job? a job way off your job description?

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attyLLL


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IMO, it should not be insubordination if you do not perform it, but the company does have the right to transfer you to another position.


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sportstuff


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I applied for a certain position. I signed a contract already. Midway the contract, I am being asked to signed a new contract "disregarding" the old and still valid contract but the position is different from the one I applied to and was assigned to.

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attyLLL


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then that is an offer which you do not have to accept.


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sportstuff


Arresto Menor
What legal actions can I pursue if they force/threaten me to sign this contract?

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attyLLL


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a complaint at nlrc for constructive dismissal.


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sportstuff


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thanks for the info

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