Sales rep accused colleague of going behind her back, but colleague's own client had relationship with her client; Misunderstood client protection policies
An employee may be constructively dismissed if an employer makes a change to a fundamental aspect of the employment contract or creates a situation where it isn’t reasonable to expect to continue working. However, an employee’s perception of the circumstances may not necessarily reflect the reality of the situation — as one B.C. sales representative discovered when she accused a colleague of stealing her client and her employer of not following its policies.
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