Have you been forced to resign from your job as a result of unfair treatment? Then you could have a claim for constructive dismissal.
You can only usually claim constructive dismissal if you’re classed as an employee and have worked for your employer for at least 2 years.
Contact FMB Solicitors employment law team on 01254 274 700 or complete our enquiry form below. Our legal experts can advise you on all aspects of a possible claim for constructive dismissal.
What is constructive dismissal?
How do you deal with constructive dismissal?
Examples of an employer breaching a contract that would entitle an employee to claim constructive dismissal include:
- the employer allowed people to bully or harass you at work
- a complete change in the nature of your job, eg forcing you to work longer hours
- The threat of or the act of a unilateral significant reduction of your salary or refusing to pay you
- The employer demoted you without good reason
- the breaching of health and safety laws by the employer, creating an unsafe environment
- the employer failed to give support at work needed to do the job causing undue stress
- the employer took away benefits detailed in your contract, eg a company car