Guide to constructive dismissal.
An employee is entitled to resign with or without notice or with short notice if his employer is in breach of a fundamental term of the employment contract. This is widely known as constructive dismissal.
Termination of the employment relationship in this way constitutes a dismissal within the meaning of the Employment Rights Act 1996.
Constructive dismissals are usually, but not necessarily, unfair.
Acas Early Conciliation Factsheet
Guidance for early conciliation before a prospective claimant is allowed to bring (most) claims.
Directors and senior executives negotiating an exit factsheet
Detailed guide for negotiating an exit for directors and senior executives.
Letter to Ex-Employee’s New Employer Regarding Post Termination Obligations
Letter to ex-employee’s new employer regarding their post termination obligations.