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Constructive Dismissal Advice Are you the victim of constructive dismissal from your place of work and are now seeking genuine help and advice from a team you can trust? You should speak to one of the highly specialist team at Michael Lewin Solicitors who can provide you with free and helpful advice over the phone on a no obligation basis.

Michael Lewin Solicitors are experts in employment law and can decipher your eligibility to make a successful constructive dismissal compensation claim. Constructive dismissal is when an employee leaves their place of work due to their employer’s conduct. It will need to be for an extremely serious offence such as:
? An employer suddenly demoting a member of staff for no reason or not paying them.
? They allow harassment or bullying to take place at their place of work.
? An employer forces an employee to accept unreasonable conditions or changes to the way in which they work for example they make an employee work night shifts when their contract states they only need to work during the day.
As stated above the reasons for you leaving your job must be serious however your employer’s breach of contract can be for one serious incident or a number of incidents that are serious when considered together.
Are you one of the many people whohave suffered constructive dismissal from your place of work and are now seeking legal advice in regards to making a claim against your employer? Michael Lewin Solicitors will be able to assist you in this matter and can provide you with free no obligation help and advice over the phone.
The team at Michael Lewin Solicitors recently received an enquiry from Ms M from Leeds who believed she had the grounds to make a successful constructive dismissal compensation claim against her employer.
If you are similar to Ms M and feel that your employer’s conduct is unreasonable then you should initially tried to sort the problem out by speaking to your employer. If this fails and you are forced to leave then it is important that to have the grounds for constructive dismissal compensation claim you do this immediately as by staying your employer may argue that you accepted the new level of conduct or treatment.
If you are looking at making a compensation claim for constructive dismissal you will need to bring the case to an employment tribunal within three months of leaving your place of work. Michael Lewin Solicitors will be able to assist you in taking your case to an employment tribunal and can provide you with legal representation. They will strive to achieve the best compensation award for your specific case and can help you attain the evidence you need to do this successfully.
If you are the victim of constructive dismissal from your place of work and are seeking help and advice then you should speak to Michael Lewin Solicitors today on:0844 844 9866.

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