Can an employer take your vacation accrual from a higher set of hours to a lower amount even after telling you the position was a lateral move?

Question Details: I was a director of a call center for a mortgage company and applied for a manager position. I was advised it was a lateral move so everything would remain the same. Recently, I checked my vacation accrual and noticed I only gained 10 hours of PTO when prior I was earning 14 hours a month. Is that allowed if they are telling me it was a lateral move? I just went to look at the offer letter and it only makes mention of compensation remaining the same? I would have no knowledge that they would be adjusting anything else. Is that allowed if they are telling me it was a lateral move?

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