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  • Operations moved to Mexico

    Question
    If a company buys out a US based company and moves the operation to Mexico can employees be forced to travel to Mexico to set up operations there (weeks at a time)
    From Oklahoma to central Mexico

    Employees have been notifyed they will be loosing their jobs when Mexico operation is up and running .
    Both hourly and salary affected.
    They are placed in a fork and told if thay do not go they are quiting and will recieve no uneployment.

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    Ignore Shawna, she's a spammer.

    Nobody can FORCE anybody to do anything. However, work is still available to the employees at this time. If you refuse the assignment, you can be fired and you will have no legal recourse, and most likely not even qualify for unemployment benefits.

    Your best bet is to start your job search as best you can and accept this assignment. When you get another job offer you can decide at that time whether you should quit or wait for the layoff.
    I don't respond to Private Messages unless the moderator specifically refers you to me for that purpose. Thank you.

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