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Constructive Discharge

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An employee has been constructively discharged when she is subjected to treatment so hostile or degrading that no reasonable employee would tolerate continuing in the position. An employee claiming constructive discharge treatment must show that his or her working conditions were so unpleasant or difficult that a reasonable employee in that position would have felt compelled to resign. 

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