I have an Employment Contract
that specifically states my job duties are specific in working in a Virginia location as of Sept. 7, 2015 and report to the CEO. The agreement states from time-to-time I might report to another individual, travel from time-to-time due to my duties associated with my employment in VA. A month ago the CEO told me I was reporting to thee CFO and was to report to NC. I asked for how long, what are the new job duties, and who is paying for the business travel and lodging. Prior to knowing I had to pay for my own expenses I said I would arrive on 8th of Feb. However, I informed I could not arrive until I obtained a credit card (which I did do and now have two). I took PTO
15-19 Feb and on 20th of Feb I did not need to be in NC on 21st and to remain in VA. I was told by the CFO he was to busy to provide the new duties, told me to be prepared to stay in NC for sometime, and I might be expected to travel to NYC, LA, Japan, and Germany. I was informed I would need to pay for my business expenses and be reimbursed. The company is having suffering financially and laid-off 30 people. My employment agreement states any changes are to be made in writing and mutually agreed upon. During the course of the past six weeks I reported to the CFO and asked repeatedly for job details, how long I will be working in NC, and did not have a credit card to pay for the expenses. Three weeks ago he demanded that I call him four times a day 9 am, 11 am, 2pm, and 6pm. He has not once picked up the phone or answered any emails. Today, he threatens me again with employment-at-will, I am forbidden to speak to employees, former employees, and regulators based on me providing confidential information. My agreement is if asked to leave prior to September 6, 2016, I am paid 50% of the outstanding wages
I informed him his continued harassment, retaliation
, and lack of communications is creating work related stress and anxiety. I tried contacting the CEO and he told me to deal with the CFO. However, based on the CFOs unfair treatment I feel I should stick with the Employment Agreement and interact with the CEO and any changes have to be made in writing.