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You need to check your contract, but basically, yes, in the United States if you're an at-will employee, they can fire you for that. Do you really want to be looking for a new job during this pandemic? If I were you, I would swallow my pride. It's going to be easier for you to find a new job if you're still employed. I'd suggest you bide your time. Help the ...


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Employment contracts are still contracts. If you can show that the job duties being assigned to you are not in your current JD, but in the Administrative Assistant JD, the employer has to offer you consideration (eg. Compensation) for taking on those additional job duties. You can refuse and collect UI if you have the evidence that they were unfairly ...


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