I worked for a company for 5 years and my job ended. They said I could take the layoff or clean bathrooms for 3$ less an hour. Now they are fighting my unemployment. Is that right or is there a law to prevent employers from offering token demeaning jobs f

They had promised me a first shift job and when the time came they offered my a bathroom job for 3$ an hour less while I was still working there or accept layoff and unemployment. Now they are fighting my benefits. It seems to me this is an escape hatch for all employers to avoid umemployment claims. Is this legal?

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