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AdmiralYor

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  1. Sure, contracts are contracts. What is considered right, normal, and proper in one society will most often not agree with what another has decided. That doesn't make either society right, wrong, or better than another. I don't know much of anything about employment rights in any country. I find it hard to believe that there isn't any way for an employee to be declared redundant in a merger or downsized based on business revenues in the UK. Even with a contract, it's not always a guarantee that the environment or supervision of the new company will be desirable, so I think my original advice applies. Just because you legally get to keep your job, doesn't mean you will be happy with it. Better to have pursued other employment and not need it, than need it and not pursued it.
  2. Anytime a company you work for is acquired, merged, taken over, whatever they want to call it. Start planning an exit
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