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Unfortunately, legally your employment is considered to be at will. This means the employer may assign you as necessary, even if they initially gave you a written offer for another job. So if the employer reassigned you and put you in a new role, they could terminate you, but the termination would be without good cause and that means you would be eligible for unemployment, but even if you were mislead, that would not be a basis for a suit against the employer if they do decide to terminate you. Such is the law regarding at will employment.