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Constructive Discharge

A constructive discharge occurs where working conditions are so intolerable that a reasonable person would have felt compelled to resign. EXAMPLE: In this case, John Doe claims that he lost wages and benefits because Company ABC “constructively discharged” John Doe from his job. Put another way, John Doe claims that he left his job because the hostile work environment made his working conditions intolerable. Source: Judicial Council of the United States Eleventh Judicial Circuit; © 2022

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