Thank you for your response.
I was very afraid that you would say that. Because this was an offer and not a firm employment contract and it did state it was an "at will" offer, this means that the employer has the right legally to change the terms and conditions of your employment and it is not considered breach of contract
I am sorry to say. FL has some of the worst employment laws when it comes to protecting employees, the rights are all in favor of the employer and when it comes to at will employment the only chance any employee has is to prove that this conduct you are suffering is being done to you based ONLY on your age/race/sex/permanent disability and if you cannot prove that is the reason the employer is doing this to you, I am sorry to say that you are going to have to comply with the employer's new assignment rules even though you signed initially with the other location, since it said it was an at will offer, meaning the employer could change it for any reason or no reason as long as it was not based only on your age/race/sex/permanent disability.
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