The order of the boot; the elements of constructive dismissal

“It is not sufficient that ‘the act of the employer results directly or consequentially in the termination of the employment and the employment relationship is not voluntarily left by the employee’. There must also be either an intention to force an employee to resign, or else the conduct must be of such a nature that resignation was the probable result.” And see sub-sec 386(1)(b).

Victorian Association for the Teaching of English Inc v Debra de Laps (2014) FWCFB 613