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Constructive Dismissal

Constructive dismissal is defined in section 95(1) Employment Rights Act 1996. It is where you resign with or without notice, because of a fundamental or repudiatory breach of the employment contract by your Employer. The breach can be a breach of a written term of your contract or a breach of an implied term, and must be so serious that you had no other option but to resign. See also; Wrongful dismissal Breach of contract How to fight a Probation dismissal Employment Tribunal claim template for Breach of Contract Automatically Unfair reasons for Dismissal