Constructive Dismissal

Constructive dismissal is a legal term that refers to a situation in which your employer substantially changes the terms of your employment contract, without first obtaining your agreement.

This may have happen suddenly or it may occur gradually over time.

Common Examples of Constructive Dismissal:

  • Your employer has reduced your salary, commissions or bonus entitlement.
  • Your employer has changed your job title.
  • Your employer has changed your job duties and responsibilities.
  • You are the subject of harassment at work -sexual or otherwise.

Our lawyers will assess the facts of your case to determine whether you have been constructively dismissed, and how much money your employer must pay to you as a result.

The sooner you can speak to us, the better, as there is a process that must be followed in order for you to preserve your claim against your employer.

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