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What is required for Constructive Discharge in California:: California Employment Lawyer

An employer constructively discharges a employee in California when the employer engages in conduct that effectively forces the employee to resign or retire. California courts use an objective standard when determining whether a employee has a case for constructive discharge. The court will inquire into whether a reasonable person in the employee's shoes that is faced with the alleged intolerable working conditions would have felt compelled to resign.

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