Downsized and training my replacement.

My company is relocating the accounting dept and we are all loosing our jobs. However 80% of my job is now going to be kept here in the office I now work in but they asking me to train someone else here to do the job, is that allowed as I am still being made redundant?

1 answer  |  asked Mar 15, 2001 8:29 PM [EST]  |  applies to New York

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Stefan Berg
They can reorganize, but not if it discriminates u

They have a right to move the department. they have a right to keep some of the functions in the original location. they don'[t have a right to make discriminatory decisions. Therefore, you need to know how the decision made to keep some of your functions at the original site were made - and is the replacement a new hire, instead of keeping the replacement?

posted by Stefan Berg  |  Feb 21, 2001 09:11 AM [EST]

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