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  • MY work was bought Minnesota

    I work for (deleted) auto and they sold my hyundai franchise and we where told that half of us were going with the other company and the other half was going to the other hyundai franchise, well i was picked to go to the other company but my ? is that my boss brought down one of the other techs from the other hyundai franchise so that he would be taken to other company so that he could take another employee to the other hyundai is this legal or does he have to send employees from the franchise they bought
    Last edited by cbg; 11-03-2008, 02:18 AM.

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    Based on your post, I see nothing illegal here. As long as your employer doesn't make decisions/discriminate based on a protected "class" (ie age, gender, religion) they can (for example) transfer employees wherever they wish. (unless you have a binding employment contract or CBA to the contrary)

    You might want to remove the name of your employer from your post for your protection.
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