What do you do when a prospective employer offers you a job but rescinds the offer before you start work? What happens if you’ve resigned your good, stable position for one that doesn’t materialize, or spent thousands of dollars to relocate? What recourse do you have, if any?
For most job seekers, rescinded job offers aren’t a topic they know or hear much about, especially given the tight IT employment market of the last few years. While “…people understand that a job may not work out, that a company might have to do a reduction in force, but they don’t think of a rescinded job offer being a possibility,” says Mimi Moore, a partner in the labor and employment group at Bryan Cave LLP.
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