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By Anonymous - / Friday 28 August 2015 20:05 / Italy - Cervignano Del Friuli
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I do believe that due to how long you would have given your employer notice you may find that a quick chat to HR and explain your situation could mean the wedding is on still. Also if your job is forcing you to cancel tell them they will have to pay for it, they will let you go then.

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By  ally8

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I do believe that due to how long you would have given your employer notice you may find that a quick chat to HR and explain your situation could mean the wedding is on still. Also if your job is forcing you to cancel tell them they will have to pay for it, they will let you go then.

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agreed. explain the situation. I worked at a place and had a mandatory meeting and if you didn't show you got fired. I had class at the same time and let the manager know that I'd be going to class instead. he just went through everything with me the next time I worked. good luck, I hope they're understanding.

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#20, Unless it's an insanely well paying job. In which case he could indeed get that 10k back. Jobs aren't easy to come by. And the wedding date CAN be moved. A reschedule would be costly. But again, we'd just have to know exactly how good a promotion OP got.

Tell you what. If the company will pay you the $10,000 you spent, reschedule. If not, either chat with your HR department, turn down the promotion, or just find a new job.

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