constructive dismissal


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constructive dismissal

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a course of action taken by an employer that is detrimental to an employee and designed to leave the employee with no option but to resign
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David Watson, 28, from Newarthill, Lanarkshire, took the company to an employment tribunal, claiming constructive dismissal and breach of contract.
However, unless your employers have sound reasons to treat you differently (which could be due to seniority) then you may have a claim for constructive dismissal or discrimination/equal pay although that would depend on many possible factors.
Some have threatened to resign and claim constructive dismissal if I make the pay cut and said that they would be sure to win their case.
However, in the first of three tribunal cases involving Ashlawn staff, former school secretary Rosemary Powell yesterday lost her claim against Warwickshire County Council for constructive dismissal.
Prince Ademola Adekoya, 44, of Athy, Co Kildare, is taking a case for constructive dismissal against computer firm IBM after it stopped his wages last March.
A TEACHER who is claiming constructive dismissal has described Ashlawn School in Rugby as a place where individuals who were incompetent kept their jobs and those who were competent lost them.
He is also claiming constructive dismissal and is seeking to clear his name over the porn allegation.
Mr Montgomery, 44, a former technology and design teacher at the school, has alleged constructive dismissal.
Former auditor Andy Sutton won his case for constructive dismissal against Flintshire council last year following a high profile tribunal in Shrewsbury.
A spokeswoman for the company said a settlement had been reached before an employment tribunal case claiming constructive dismissal under the Disability Discrimination Act could start in Newcastle upon Tyne yesterday.
Kristin Watkin, aged 54, a former head of modern languages at Ashlawn School, is claiming unfair and constructive dismissal against Warwickshire LEA and the school governors.
She told the tribunal in Inverness, where she's claiming constructive dismissal, that Ratley rubbed up against her and touched her at Manpower plc's call centre in Alness, Easter Ross.
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