Understanding What Constitutes Constructive Termination
Intolerable workplace conditions, or constructive termination, is a situation involving an employee who is forced to quit and seeks unemployment benefits. In some cases, an employee can seek to sue an employer for wrongful discharge. These cases are highly complex, so it is important to work with an experienced legal advocate before you quit or if you have been forced to leave a job because of the conditions of your workplace.
Collecting Compensation For Intolerable Working Conditions
Employee Advocates, LLC, is a Connecticut-based law firm dedicated to helping individual employees and protect their interests in employment disputes and litigation. We will take the time to review the individual facts of your case, assess your situation in accordance with state and federal law, and take appropriate action to achieve the best possible outcome in your case. Making a case for constructive termination demands a showing that the conditions were so intolerable that any reasonable employee would resign under those circumstances.
Our Connecticut constructive termination firm handles cases involving:
- Employer retaliation
- Hostile work environment
- Sexual harassment
- Discrimination and intolerable working conditions
- Misclassification and salary vs. hourly wages
Speak With An Experienced Attorney First
Remember, these cases are difficult to prove, so it is important to consult with an attorney before making any drastic moves such as quitting your job and claiming constructive discharge. We will take the time to review your claim and determine whether you are likely to have a successful outcome in your case. Depending on your individual circumstances, we may be able to negotiate a settlement arrangement so that you can keep your job. If you are still interested in quitting, we will work to collect maximum compensation for your claims and losses.
For a free consultation to discuss your case with our Connecticut constructive termination lawyer or to learn about employment law protections, please call 888-496-0638 or contact Employee Advocates, LLC, by email.