Constructive Dismissal Resignation Letter

Constructive Dismissal Resignation Letter - Information Note by NetLawMan Ltd

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(PRWEB) January 20, 2005

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The speciality of NetLawman is its Employment Law Notes and Employment Law Advice group. The notes available at http://www.netlawman.co.uk/fan/employment-law-guide.php that are prepared by Netlawman gives a comprehensive overview of Employment Law. This covers such topics as Unfair Dismissal, Constructive Dismissal and the basic notes on the rules to be followed by the employers while dismissing an Employee.

On Constructive Dismissal, http://www.netlawman.co.uk/fan/employment-law-guide.php#const NetLawMan says “A tribunal may rule that an employee who resigns because of conduct by his or her employer has been 'constructively dismissed'. For a tribunal to rule in this way the employer's action has to be such that it can be regarded as a substantial breach of the employment contract indicating that he or she intends no longer to be bound by the contract: an example of this might be where the employer arbitrarily demotes an employee to a lower rank or poorer paid position. The contract is what has been agreed between the parties, whether orally or in writing or a combination of both, together with what must necessarily be implied to make the contract workable.” It is easy to understand that an employers unfair treatment of an employee which makes the employee to tender his resignation will be deemed to be a constructive dismissal and the Tribunal will see if the rules of dismissal are applied in this case where the employee invokes constructive dismissal and prays for compensation.

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