Constructive dismissal occurs when an employer creates an environment to force an employee to quit, rather than traditionally terminating them and offering a severance package. Andrew Montague-Reinholdt explains constructive dismissal and how it is treated in the context of employment law, and your entitlements if you’ve been constructively dismissed.

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