Mrs Dent had worked within
the same company for many years. She was promoted just as the UK hit a
recession. Her sales figures were very poor for two months. She had been given
large targets to hit by her senior manager.
On an email, which
she feels she was copied into in error, her senior manager received an email
from their boss
saying that her position would be up for internal recruitment in a few months. Our client emailed back
stating that she felt she should not have received this email; and she resigned
the next day because she felt the bond of trust between employee and employer
had broken irretrievably.
We never charges
up-front-fees to make a constructive dismissal claim. We take our fees from the
other side, you get 100% of the compensation that you are awarded. If you would like to make a constructive
dismissal compensation claim, call our professional team.
Mrs Anderson’s firm were moving their
company offices to try to save money. She was offered her current job for the
same money 50 miles away. She was given 30 days’ notice for this. She wrote to
her line manager to ask if she could be allowed to work more flexible hours, or
if any other solution could be negotiated.
No-one got back in touch with her about
this. She is annoyed that she was forced to leave with almost no notice as she
could not afford to make the long journey and she did not have enough time to
try to solve her problems.
We took the case on a no win no fee basis.
She has been delighted with the result.
Our client would not hesitate to recommend
us to anyone, we do all the paperwork we can on your behalf and you are kept
fully updated with progress throughout your case.