Employees are sometimes subjected to constructive dismissal, meaning they are pushed away by employers who change important employment conditions without their consent or pushed out by an intolerable workplace environment.
Changes in employment conditions could be in the form of tasks assigned, compensation, hours, location, or other fundamental employment terms. Working conditions might be difficult enough for the employee that they cannot perform their tasks, or they feel they are being set up to fail.
Employment lawyers recognize how to construct arguments for an employee’s constructive dismissal case, and know how to negotiate or litigate significant awards for the employee.
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