Expert employment solicitor Rebecca Reid explains and answers some questions around the rules of constructive dismissal.
A constructive dismissal occurs when an employee is forced to resign against their will because or in response to the employer’s conduct. In one sense, it’s not a dismissal at all. It’s a resignation.
In order to claim constructive dismissal, the employee will need to prove three things:-
The reasons the employee may leave their job must be serious, for example, they:
The employer’s breach of contract may be one serious incident or a series of incidents that are serious when taken together.