Constructive and Unfair
If you feel like you have resigned from your job because your employer has seriously breached their employment contract, you may be able to claim for constructive unfair dismissal.
What cases of constructive dismissal have we
At MJW Law, our experienced team of consultants have dealt with a variety of cases. The most common cases of constructive dismissal are:
Irregular payments, both by amount and payment date, without good reason.
Resigning due to discrimination or bullying.
Grievances that are not acted upon by the employer.
Unreasonable changes to working patterns or place of work without agreement.
What are my rights in making a constructive dismissal claim?
You usually have the right to make a constructive dismissal claim if:
You have worked for your employer for over 2 years.
You have ’employee’ employment status.
The claim is made within 3 months of resigning.
If you meet these criteria, our experienced team at MJW Law can give you advice and help you with your claim. Call us on 0333 456 6611 to find out more.
Speak with one of the team.
As experts in employer liability, we can discuss your situation to determine whether we can take your case on and act for you on a no win, no fee basis.
Your claim will be evaluated.
When evaluating your claim, we will need to gather supporting evidence to give our expert team the highest possibility of a successful outcome.
We will negotiate your claim.
Once we have gathered evidence for your claim, we can prepare your case for the highest chance of success when the case is taken to a tribunal.