Case Study: Constructive dismissal complaint due to stress at work
Have you felt forced into taking constructive dismissal due to failures by your employer and breaches in their duty which has resulted in you suffering stress at work in the UK? If your employer has made a fundamental breach in his duty or by the terms of your contract of employment and this has resulted in you feeling forced into resigning from your job then you could be entitled to compensation and should not delay in consulting the legal experts at Michael Lewin Solicitors to discuss your case as you must bring your claim against your employer to an employment tribunal within just 3 months of handing in your resignation.
If you are considering handing in your resignation from your employment due to the conduct of your employer it is extremely important that you act quickly and consult legal professionals who are experts in employment law. It is strongly advised that you submit a grievance to your employer before handing your resignation in and give them reasonable time to respond as this could enable you to sort out the issue was is also required by the ACAS code of practice. If this fails you must resign promptly as any delay could be seen as acceptance of the breach by your employer.
Are you the victim of constructive dismissal due to the conduct of your employer causing you stress at work and giving you no other option but to resign from your employment in the UK? If you have felt forced into leaving your job against your will due to the conduct of your employer or because you have suffered work-related stress and your employer did not heed your complaint you could have grounds to bring a compensation claim against them to recover compensation for your loss of earnings and should seek expert legal advice from the experienced and qualified professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors as soon as possible.
Mr A from Norfolk recently got in touch with our friendly and knowledgeable legal advisers at Michael Lewin Solicitors regarding his constructive dismissal complaint which was due to stress at work. Our professionals are currently investigating the details of this case to determine if Mr A does undeniably have grounds to bring a claim against his employer to an employment tribunal. If the breach in duty by Mr A’s employer which resulted in Mr A feeling forced into handing in his resignation was of a serious enough nature and our legal experts may be of the take on his case and represent him at an employment tribunal to ensure we maximise the compensation that we obtain on his behalf.
If you have had to take constructive dismissal due to the conduct of your employer and/or being caused stress at work then you should make a no obligation call to the highly skilled and extremely dedicated legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors to discuss your case and find out how we could help you maximise the compensation that you obtain if you have an eligible claim by providing you with legal representation personalised advice and clear guidance each step of the way through the claims process wherever you are in the UK so call our friendly and helpful staff today on: 0844 844 9866.