I don't think that this or any question can really be answered by you or your colleagues in this format. You just don't have all the information and aren't really vested in finding out all the information. Thanks anyway.
I should have not been so lazy and hopeful that there would be an easy answer to a very difficult question. I believe that I have rights that are being impinged by my employer through my ignorance of the labor laws. I don't believe that I can be forced after 10 years in a single facility, to take on responsibilities that I would be unfamiliar and uncomfortable in doing jeopardizing my license and career not withstanding life or limb. My employer my not actually expect me to be in 2 places but they are choosing to ignore that it could actually happen. What then? Deal with it until it happens? You tell me when it is your loved one that life saving measures are delayed just to save $6.50 an hour.
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