If I get terminated due to the fact that my company is moving, what are my rights?

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If I get terminated due to the fact that my company is moving, what are my rights?

My branch within a large company has decided it is a good idea to move 10 minutes down the road near the projects to save $500 a month. I am the only female and often get left in the office alone. Not only do I feel unsafe about the move I will no longer be able to make it to work on time because I must have my daughter to her bus stop by 7:35 am. I am not going to leave her standing on the side of a road at 7:00so that I can be to work by 8:00. I have even offered to have my salary cut by the $500 a month my manager feels he is going to save but he said no. I feel as though I have no choice but to let them put me out of a job and they don’t seem to care. Last year I sold over a million dollars for my company.

Asked on February 18, 2012 under Employment Labor Law, Tennessee

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