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I have recently resigned from my job as I felt I could no longer work there (long painful story). I told my line manager that I wanted to take the opportunity to draw my pension early so I was leaving by 31 March. I very calmly told him a few home truths as to what had sparked this decision but my wriiten resignation said it was for family reasons...I did this beacuse I thought I needed their co-operation to allow me to leave by the end of March without working my full notice period. Inland Revenue/Pension Fund rules mean that I have to have left my employment and submitted a load of paperwork by no later than 5 April.


Looking back at how I have been treated I think that I should have just gone for constructive dismissal in the first instance but being the sole earner in a family with two young children I needed to secure some kind of financial future for us.


Is it too late to go down the constructive dismissal route?

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