Constructive Dismissal

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Constructive Dismissal - (noun)


If an employee claims constructive dismissal, they claim that their employer behaved in such a way as to force them to resign from their job.


Source: Adapted from Collins English Dictionary.
Example of Use: Fiona said that her employer treated her so badly that she was forced to resign. Her trade union felt that it could be a case of constructive dismissal.