Constructive dismissal is one of the trickiest and potentially most costly challenges that HR managers face when changing any conditions of employment.
Today more than ever before, changes in job responsibilities, compensation, working conditions, reporting functions, and more, can quickly become grounds for constructive dismissal claims. The result: unexpected termination expenses, costly legal fees – and headaches for the HR managers.
Unfortunately, the laws on constructive dismissal can be tough to understand and navigate. How do you know when you are at risk for constructive dismissal? What guidance do current laws and recent court rulings give? What practical steps can you take to minimize or even eliminate the risk to your organization?
Here’s the Help You Need to Avoid Constructive Dismissal Problems