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Thursday, January 11, 2018

Constructive Termination

I suspected companies did this, but I didn't know there was a term for it.
On the other hand, this smells a lot like constructive termination. That’s when an employer doesn’t technically terminate an employee, but it makes the employee’s situation so bad — taking away responsibilities, badmouthing them to the public, assigning them all the worst tasks — that they quit on their own. Constructive terminations are common when dealing with employees who are protected from at will termination by law or contract — civil service employees, union employees, and tenured faculty.  - Windy Pundit

1 comment:

fillyjonk said...

What they tried to do to Milton Waddams in "Office Space."