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While this is highly unfair, it is not illegal conduct on the part of your employer, as no law requires them to be fair or to pay you more for additional work. You can, however, attempt to negotiate with them. It seems that they probably need you very badly in order to complete the branch transition, so you may be in a position of negotiating leverage. It's just not a situation that the law governs. You can ask for more money, but your employer is not legally required to pay you more. You can leave if the terms of employment are not acceptable, and by that same token your employer does not have to continue employing you if you ask for too much. It's up to you both to reach an agreement.
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