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When Employers Can Change Your Job Description It also means that their employer can change their job or lay them off as they see fit. However, state laws do vary so check with your state department of labor for information on the law in your location.
When Employers Can Change Your Job Description It also means that their employer can change their job or lay them off as they see fit. However, state laws do vary so check with your state department of labor for information on the law in your location.
When Employers Can Change Your Job Description It also means that their employer can change their job or lay them off as they see fit. However, state laws do vary so check with your state department of labor for information on the law in your location.
Usually, the employer and employee both need to agree to any contract changes. But an employee can insist on a change if they have a legal right to it.
Thus, the job description (or preferably the employment contract) should also include a provision stating that the functions and responsibilities listed in the job description may be changed at any time, depending upon the operational requirements of the employer, and within the parameters of the post held by the
Flexibility clauses allow an employer to change the duties of the job without the employee's consent. In cases where a flexibility clause is included then an employer can change the job duties of an employee, but this must be within reason.
Usually, the employer and employee both need to agree to any contract changes. But an employee can insist on a change if they have a legal right to it.
So, the short answer is, yes, your employer may assign you tasks not specifically outlined in your job description. Unless you work under a collective bargaining agreement or contract, your employer can legally change your duties. During this time, work tasks sometimes are neglected or delegated to others.
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