If you have been forced to leave your job because of the way you have been treated, you may be able to take legal action.
The reason for you leaving your job must be significant, and due to a fundamental breach of your contract by your employer. This could be one serious breach or a series of relatively minor breaches, which together become significant.
Reasons could include:
- Forcing you to accept unreasonable changes to your contract without your consent
- Demoting you without reason
- Not paying you
- Harassing you
- Falsely accusing you of misconduct or being incapable of doing your job
- Relocating you at short notice
- Substantially changing your contract without your agreement
What exactly amounts to a constructive dismissal is complex. We strongly recommend you contact us before you resign.
We offer a fixed fee initial consultation where we look at your particular circumstances and tell you how we can help. We will also advise you on the best and most affordable way for you to fund your claim. These include paying privately, within a budget, legal expenses insurance and ‘no-win no-fee’ arrangements where appropriate.