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Hello again, if you are stepping down from a specific job and moving to a position with different duties and responsibilities, the employer can decide to offer you a new contract for that new job and it may include changes in terms and conditions. This is regardless of whether you received a pay rise when you were promoted to that position in the past.
So that leaves you with the following options:
In the final option, where you are resigning, if you believe that this was done by the unfair behaviour of the employer and that left you with no other option but to leave your position, then you may also consider a potential claim for constructive dismissal.
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