Did You Resign Because Your Job Changed?
Depending on the circumstances, this is known as “constructive dismissal” and you have a legal right to make a claim against your employer.
- Change of job duties or tasks
- Change of shift or work hours
- Change of job location
- Change of job conditions
- Unreasonable work demands
- Reduction or increase in responsibility
- Unproductive work environments
- A hostile or toxic workplace was allowed, created, or ignored
- Reduced salary, hourly pay, commission, or bonus
- Reduction of your benefits or pension
- Unwarranted discipline
- Loss of dignity
- Temporary laid off without a contractural right
- The terms of your employment changed without your consent
Even a single incident or change without your consent can support a constructive dismissal claim.
Learn about your case and your options by speaking with a member of our intake team today. We can assist you in all matters relating to constructive dismissal and wrongful termination, as well as negotiate proper severance (even if you resigned) and additional compensation where applicable.
Constructive dismissal is wrong. You have the right to a stable work environment and you are not obligated to accept substantial changes that affect your work and personal life.