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Constructive dismissal

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A 'constructive dismissal’ arises where an employee resigns because the company's actions have made his or her situation untenable. An employee who has been constructively dismissed is entitled to resign without giving notice, but may decide to give you notice of resignation. The employee may claim that the dismissal was wrongful, unfair or both.

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