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Change in terms of aggreement after accepting offer.

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To Whom It May Concern,
I work for a major publishing and trade show company in New York City and was offered another job opportunity with a new show within the company. Part of my aggreement was that I telecommute from my home. I resigned from my position and accepted the offer. I have now been notified that working from home is out of the question. I have e-mails from my new boss requesting equipment from our I.T. group to set up my home office. The V.P. of the group is the person stopping the process. What can I do????



I am not sure that you can do anything other than talk to HR about the situation. An employer is certainly entitled to change its mind, in general. Good luck!

Mark B. Replogle

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