Constructive dismissal – If an employee has been constructively dismissed, it means that an employer dismissed the employee without actually stating that it was doing so. Rather, the employment relationship was terminated because of the what the employer did, not what it stated. Legally, an employee is constructively dismissed when the employer, on its own, makes a substantial change to a fundamental term of the employment contract and the employee does not consent to the change being made.

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