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An employee with two years service may decide to resign with or without notice as a result of the conduct or an omission of their employer. The employee bring a claim to an employment tribunal on the basis that their employer has fundamentally breached their contract of employment. The conduct of the employer could be a series of acts culminating in ‘the last straw’ or there could be one very serious breach of contract such as an unwarranted demotion or a pay cut which could enable the affected employee to resign and successfully claim that they were constructively dismissed. It is usually advisable to raise a formal grievance before resigning in these circumstances but once a decision to resign is made the resignation itself should be prompt.
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