Focus on Constructive Unfair Dismissal: Episode 21

 Employed UnemployedHow to prevent and mitigate a constructive unfair dismissal claim

In this episode of the podcast I bring the focus back to constructive unfair dismissal and what employer’s should do if they are faced with a resignation from an employee in a situation where there is a risk of a claim for constructive unfair dismissal.

In this episode you will learn

  • What constructive unfair dismissal is and when a claim can arise
  • Whether you can refuse to accept an employee’s notice
  • What you can do to prevent a claim
  • How you can mitigate the situation and reduce compensation risk
  • When you should seek advice

HR Best Practice Tip

The HR tip of the week is about dealing with situations swiftly to prevent escalation to a claim and ensuring your managers are able to identify likely disputes and issues.

Podcast references

Podcast Episode 18: Constructive Unfair Dismissal

ACAS Code of Practice

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