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Your employer has an absolute right to dictate what your job duties are, unless you have a contract which specifies your job duties and guarantees those terms of employment for a set period of time. Otherwise, your employment is "at will" and subject to modification or termination at any time.
Provided you are an at will employee, your employer can also require you to obtain training to prepare you for new job duties. However, when training relates directly to the performance of your job, as this sort of training clearly would, your employer typically must compensate you for that time.
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