Forced change of Role

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Hello,

 

I was not surprised when my boss moved to another area of the company, for "political" reasons. 

 

My contract has a clause that allows the company to do so.

 

My question is: is there - according to the law - a limit for this change of position? Something like two times per year?

 

Regards

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usually, if your contract says so (and even if it doesn't explicitly say so) the employer has the right to move you to a different position temporarily, or permanently, as they see fit.

 

Of course, if you really don't like the change, you can try to fight it.

For example if they assign you a task that you are physically unable to do.

Or you have kids in school and they move you to a position in a different town, far-far-away from home.

 

Bear in mind, though, that "fighting" your employer will usually end in you losing that job - be OK with that, just in case.

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Hello, thank you for the feedback.

 

I said in front of the CTO and the HR that I do not like this new position. But, as they said, "you got no alternative." 

 

I was wondering if the law could have something to prevent the company from doing a ping pong with the employee. 

 

In this new position, I already pointed out that I cannot do anything, and they are trying to figure out a new role probably. That is why I am asking about the law.

 

I appreciate your time.

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