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If you have been subjected to poor treatment by your employer, whether as a one-off incident or over a period of time, you may feel that you have no choice other than to resign. Being forced to resign as a solution to your problem may give you the right to claim ‘constructive dismissal’ and you may have a case to take the matter to an Employment Tribunal.

If you feel you have a case for constructive dismissal against your employer then speak to one of our solicitors. Contact our expert employment law team on 0343 507 5151, e-mail employmentteam@gorvins.com or fill in our online form and we will call you back.

Do Not Suffer In Silence

While at work, your employer is responsible for ensuring that you are not subject to any treatment that makes your working life unbearable. If you are subject to such treatment you must try not to suffer in silence. If you do nothing about the problem, then you may lose the right to do anything about it. If you have enough evidence to prove that you received unfair treatment, you may be able to make a claim for constructive dismissal.

What is classed as constructive dismissal?

If you feel that the behaviour of another person in your workplace has been unacceptable, forcing you to resign from your position, you may have been a victim of constructive dismissal.
There are a number of circumstances that may be possible constructive dismissals:

  • Bullying or harassment;
  • Unreasonable changes to working hours or the environment in which you work;
  • Not being paid for work completed;
  • Demotion for no legitimate reason.

How can Gorvins help?

Here at Gorvins, our Employment team are specialists in dealing with all legal matters related to the workplace. If you feel that you have a case for constructive dismissal, we would advise you to contact one of our team to discuss your situation.
We may be able to negotiate a settlement on your behalf, without having to take any further action and we can offer you advice on this solution.

If you are otherwise unable to solve the problem with your employer, we have the ability and expertise to pursue you claim to an Employment Tribunal, guiding you every step of the way.

Contact our Employment Law team today

Our expert team of employment law solicitors understand the difficulties and sensitivities involved in dealing with cases of constructive dismissal. This is why you will only be dealt with by expertly trained personnel, to ensure the process runs as smooth and as efficient as possible.
To discuss your constructive dismissal cases, call our Employment Law Solicitors for an initial consultation on 0343 507 5151, e-mail employmentteam@gorvins.com or fill in our online form and we will call you back.

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