The employer is looking to move offices, however, some of the employees, myself included, wish to stay in this office due to ease of commute. This move is not due to size or difference in rent, the move is being considered so that the company is in a trendier neighborhood. Can/how can I go about pushing back on the move?
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The company can move wherever it wants. Period.
You can try to convince them it will hurt morale.
You can try to convince them that it will increase turnover.
You can even threaten to quit either individually or collectively.
Ultimately, the company will do what it chooses to do.
I doubt you can prevent the move. So you have a choice. Move and perhaps get some compensation for the addition mileage or get another job