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If there is a clause saying that my employer can make reasonable changes in my contract, does the law protect me from any big changes being made?
"We reserve the right to make reasonable changes to any of your terms of employment. You will be notified in writing of any changes as soon as possible and in any event within one month of the change."
What would normally be considered reasonable changes to an employment agreement?
That's of great help. Than you.
Is it reasonable for employer to notify me within one month of the change as the contract states and not ahead of the change (enough warning for me to give notice if I don't agree)?
Just to clarify
"You will be notified in writing of any changes as soon as possible and in any event within one month of the change."
Means I will get notified of changes at least one month ahead of time?
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