Constructive Unfair Dismissal: Episode 18

 Unfair Dismissal

Constructive Dismissal

In this episode of the podcast I bring you an overview of the law regarding Constructive Unfair Dismissal as set out in the Employment Rights Act 1996.

In this episode you will learn

  • What the difference is between Unfair Dismissal and Constructive Unfair Dismissal
  • Why it is important to distinguish between the two types of unfair dismissal claims
  • What the three things are that an employee will need to show to successfully claim constructive unfair dismissal
  • How the Tribunal decide these claims
  • What you should be aware of
  • I also give you some examples of real cases that have been decided by the Employment Tribunal

HR Best Practice Tip

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Podcast references

Constructive dismissal and Harassment case – Timothy James Consulting Limited v Wilton 

Employment Rights Act 1996

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