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  • Relocate

    Evening All,

    I'm writing to get an advise in regards my redundancy situation. I have been informed by employer that I'm on consultation period for 45 days etc and notice period will be started after. I understand I will have 1-2-1 meeting where employer will offer me relocation(as per contract 20 miles radius) as they have many sites across the UK or receive redundancy pay if they cannot find me a suitable location for my position level . However, I know that they have sites in Asia i.e Thailand. I'm able to relocate different site of the business, but is there any chance that if I propose the move to Thailand this can be refused by employer and what can be a valid reason that they refuse it? As per my contract I need to remain on the same salary pay etc. Awaiting your advise. Thanks a lot
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    Yes potentially they can refuse, particularly if they have no suitable alternative positions outside the UK and specifically in Thailand. There may also be immigration / rights to work rules in the overseas location that would need to be checked out and may prohibit a relocation to Thailand.
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