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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
I was accepted for a position over 2000 miles away from my current work location. I accepted the position as a lateral internal move within the same department and job title. I am expected to complete a move within 3 business days. I will literally have 72 hours upon leaving my current market before I am required to start in the new location.

HR is unable to resolve my concerns for needing more time and advised that I talk to leadership. Leadership ignores my requests.

How do I stand up for my rights and avoid "insubordination"? A relocation across 2,000 miles in 3 days is unreasonable. **My company does not pay for my relocation**  


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