Constructive dismissal is when you feel pressured to resign from your job as the only way to resolve a serious issue at work. If you’re in this situation, our constructive dismissal lawyers could help you claim against your employer. We could also help you resolve the issue before it comes to making a claim.
Constructive dismissal usually happens because your employer done something that breaches your employment contract in a serious way, forcing you to resign. It’s a difficult position to be in but our employment solicitors will work quickly to resolve your issue and protect your interests.
Call us on 0207 650 3999 to discuss your position and we can work out the next steps with you.
What Services Do We Offer?
Resigning from your job is a big decision. If you can, you should always try and resolve the issue with your employer before you choose to leave. Our constructive dismissal solicitors can help with:
- Advising if you have a strong constructive dismissal claim and suggest other options that could be open to you to resolve your issue
- Avoiding a claim altogether by negotiating an exit package or settlement with your employer before you leave
- Holding settlement discussions with your employer to ensure a good outcome for you
- Making a formal constructive dismissal claim and drafting the legal documents for this
- Representing you at mediations, an Employment Tribunal, High Court or County Court.
If you’re thinking of making a constructive dismissal claim it’s best to get legal advice as soon as possible. Contact our team on 0207 650 3999 to discuss your situation.
Who Can We Help?
We could help you claim constructive unfair dismissal compensation if your employer:
- Demotes you for no reason
- Does not pay you, regularly pays you late or does not pay your full salary
- Allows other employees to bully, harass or discriminate against you
- Does not give you a safe place to work or proper safety equipment and procedures
- Changes your place of work or hours without checking with you
- Regularly gives you an unmanageable work-load
- Does not investigate a formal grievance you’ve raised.
To make a claim you’ll need to be classified as an employee and be employed for at least two years at your current job. You’ll also need to claim within three months of your resignation date.
Our solicitors can check if you meet these requirements. We’ll also assess your situation to see if there are other options available to resolve your issue such as through an Early Conciliation. This is where you can reach a settlement agreement with your employer without making a claim.
Why Choose Us?
Our employment lawyers are rated as experts in their field by independent legal guides such as Chambers & Partners and Legal 500. We help many people make successful constructive dismissal claims, in some cases we help you avoid one if there’s a better option to resolve your issue.
If you’re in a position at work where you feel your only option is to resign, it can help to have an experienced specialist on your side. You’ll get a helping hand from our team who will guide you through the claims process. We have an excellent track record of achieving settlements in difficult, high-value claims that others often turn away.
With offices across the UK, we can help you wherever you’re based. We’re used to taking on businesses of any size, so you don’t have to feel you’re alone if you want to make a claim against your employer. We’ll be with you every step of the way to make sure we achieve the best possible outcome for you.
For a confidential discussion about your situation, call us on 0207 650 3999 or fill out our online form and we’ll call you back.
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