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  • Frequently Asked Employment Questions - What happens if an employee works "under protest"?
    This may happen when an employee refuses to accept enforced contractual changes. The employee must make it clear that they're working under protest and that they don't accept what's being imposed on them. The result is that they remain in employment but can still sue you because, effectively, you're in breach of contract - or they're still reserving the right to resign and claim constructive dismissal. The employee can't work under protest forever: how long they can do so varies depending on the circumstances...
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