Constructive Dismissal

[kənˈstrəktɪv | ˌdɪsˈmɪs(ə)l]

This is when an employee is pushed, or in other words forced to quit their job, due the employer's conduct. This resignation could be a result of a change in working conditions or changes in the terms of employment, which then leaves the employee no other option than to resign. 

Constructive dismissals are very common in organisations, especially in a situation in which the business lacks set grievance procedures; which in effect could cause legal issues in terms of being reported to an employment tribunal,  and this is why it is important for every employer to have procedures in place in order to avoid facing employment tribunals.

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Employees are sometimes pushed forced to grant a constructive dismissal.
Constructive Dismissal