A Constructive Dismissal is a form of termination of your employment status that is based on you being treated unfairly in the workplace. It is a claim against your former employer that can be filed by using a professional company such as Employment Law Friend. In order to file this type of claim, there are a number of conditions that need to be met and it is important that you discuss this with a legal professional.
In order for your claim to be successful, you will have had to resign from your position and be able to prove that there had been a serious break of your contract that led to there being no other course of action for your to take, other than to leave your job.
This can include instances of harassment and bullying that were not taken seriously and dealt with by your employer, asking you to work unreasonable hours and forcing you into this position, refusing to pay you, making you work in an unsafe environment and also taking away any benefits that might be stated in your contract and also not providing you with the support that you need in order to be able to work in your current position.
In order to be able to file a claim, you will need to have worked for your employer for at least 2 years and be classed as an employee. Is it important to seek advice if you feel like you might be being unfairly treated and are looking into the possibility of filing a constructive dismissal claim.