You should be thankful that accommodations were made for you. You must have been a valuable asset in your old position.superfresh89 wrote: ↑Sep 12th, 2017 11:36 amHow so? My current job is to walk around and talk to people. Paperwork and admin stuff take up less than 10% of my day. I rarely use the phone unless someone is calling and I happen to answer.
The new position involves sitting all day in an office, at least 2 hours a day of cold-calling, and endless paperwork and follow up.
Now is the time to buckle down, accept the new placement, then go and search for a job while still employed (that's if you really desire a change).
EI is not there because you're not willing to adapt to a little, workplace challenge/change