I worked at a restaurant from the spring of '05 to the spring of '06 when I found a better job. In the fall of '08 the kitchen manager called begging me to come back and I decided to do so under the conditions I would only cook and I told them what salary I wanted. Now they want to cut everyones hours and have me in there the last 2 hours to cook, clean the whole place, wait tables, and run drinks. I was not hired to do this, and its basically impossible to do it all. The hours would be 1-3 p.m. right at the lunch rush. I read the following on the L&I website and hopefully someone can direct me in the right direction. Thank you.
Due to Unsuitable Work
When an employee accepts a position, he/she admits to the initial suitability of the position with respect to its wages and the conditions of employment. When a claimant quits because the job was unsuitable, the claimant must show there were changes in the conditions of employment, to which he/she did not agree upon, that made the job unsuitable, or there was deception on the part of the employer with regard to the conditions of employment at the time of hire, or he/she shall be considered ineligible. The suitability of the work will be determined by considering factors such as the degree of risk involved to the claimant's health, safety and morals; the claimant's physical fitness; the claimant's prior training and experience; the distance of the available work from the claimant's residence; the prevailing condition of the labor market; and, the prevailing wage rates in the trade or occupation.