An employee who resigns can bring a claim for wrongful termination known as “constructive discharge.” Constructive discharge covers situations where, rather than terminating the employee, the employer makes working conditions so intolerable that the employee will resign. An employee can also bring a constructive discharge lawsuit against an employer that offers an employee the supposed choice of quitting or being fired.
Read about a 2016 court case.
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