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Has the employer said that if you say no everything's find and you will continue on as you are doing now?
Do you know what constructive dismissal is?
It is constructive dismissal if you say no.
So if you don't want to do this then be totally clear to the employer that you are p not willing to take less pay or less hours or face a demolition in anyway and then you can resign and sue for constructive dismissal which is suing for wrongful dismissal if the employer insists.
Yes. That was a typo of course. Spellcheck does silly things sometimes.
I think your employer is simply trying to convince you to accept these changes which will benefit the employer and will harm you. So just remember that you do not have to do that and you can be treated as if you have been dismissed and then you will be entitled to receive reasonable notice or pay in lieu of notice and after 10 years that will be quite substantial.
Yes. It is reasonable to make all those requests.
She can agree to let your hours remain unchanged and you can agree to a change. If you cannot reach an agreement then she can dismiss you or if she imposes those hours on you without dismissing you you can resign and sue for wrongful dismissal.
Yes you should have everything in writing.