Can I refuse the job?
ANSWER: You may refuse the job typically since you don't have details with regard to compensation or many other terms of the employment. However, your workers comp benefits can be compromised if the employer makes a bona fide offer of employment suitable to your capacity
and you refuse it. Because of this, and the fact you agreed to perform the job, it would typically be best to report to the job as required by the employer and then refuse the position if it is not suitable to your capacity and job skills once you have more information with regard to the nature of the job.
Aren't they supposed to send me info on this job and give me 30 days to reply?
ANSWER: They are not required to provide you with a 30 day notice typically.
If I bring this up with HR, instead of going to this job being offered,am I jeapordizing my career (blacklisted?)
ANSWER: It is best to report to the job as indicated above. If the employer attempts to reduce your benefits if you then refuse the job, it is critical to retain a local worker's comp attorney to represent you and dispute the issue.
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