How far can a company go as far as switching your job position?

I was moved from one department to another. I am one of the top people already in this department. Now they are moving people around again, and putting me in a call center/customer service job. Why take the top in one department and move them down, especially when others in my department goof off on personal calls all day and are much more deserve that kind of job? Is there any stand I can take and not get fired?

Asked By: Ashleigh K - 4/17/2008
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Some companies like to cross-train employees, so this may be normal. Also, some companies like to diversify staff every few months or years so there isn't "groupthink" (where people get so used to each other they think alike). Another possibility is that your new department may be a step above your old one and they... More
Answered By: sjuppikaran - 4/18/2008
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Generally speaking, in moves of this kind, you can either go where they send you or work somewhere else.
Answered By: AJ - 4/17/2008
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