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    constructive dismissal

    Constructive Dismissal
    This seems to be a rather new term. Is it
    frequently heard?
    Thank you.

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    Re: constructive dismissal

    Quote Originally Posted by Itasan
    Constructive Dismissal
    This seems to be a rather new term. Is it
    frequently heard?
    Thank you.
    It's a legal term, Itasan, therefore, you don't hear it that often. Basically it means that the employee's working conditions become so intolerable that he/she feels the need to resign. It could be over things like sexual harassment, unsafe working conditions, breach of contract, etc. Those cases usually end up in court, they can get really messy and difficult to prove.

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