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Constructive dismissal refers to a situation where the employee is forced to leave or quit his/her job because of employer's behavior.
Constructive dismissal definition
Constructive dismissal refers to a situation where the employee is forced to leave or quit his/her job because of employer's behavior. It can be because of one serious incident, collection of more incidents or changes in terms of employment that make the employee resign.
Reasons for constructive dismissal
• Reduction in salary or change in benefits/perks
• Change in the level of responsibilities
• Forced resignation
• Unwarranted location transfer
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