The last year or so has taken its toll on the economy, and many people have struggled with losing their job as so many businesses have closed down in the UK. For many people they have also felt unhappy at work as some employers may have made things quite difficult for them during this difficult time.
This has led to many people feeling that they are stuck in jobs that are making them unhappy or feeling that they have no choice but to leave. But if this is the position that you are in, it is not something that you have to just put up with.
If you have felt that you must resign from your job because of the way the employer has behaved, then you can make a constructive dismissal claim. There are people who specialise in this so contact Employment law friend or another expert in this field if this is what you want to do.
Some examples of grounds for a constructive dismissal claim include being bullied at work, not being paid the agreed amount of wages for no acceptable reason or making the employer aware of a problem which they then do nothing about or won’t investigate.
It can be a long and difficult process, so it is a good idea to get legal advice on the matter or see if you can sort the problem out directly with the employer before you resign, but obviously this is not something that is always possible.