Definitions for "Constructive Dismissal"
Under the employment law of some states, a fundamental violation of the rights of an employee, by the employer, may be so severe that judges will consider it a situation in which the employee would have the right to consider himself as dismissed, even though, in fact, there has been no act of dismissal on the part of the employer. For example, if an employer tries to force an employee to accept a drastic demotion, the employee may have a case for constructive dismissal and would be able to assume that the employment contract has been ended and seek compensation from a court.
If you have to resign because you cannot bear to work in your job any longer as the result of unfair treatment or harassment where your employer has failed to take any action to investigate your complaint. Take legal advice before resigning
a form of termination where the intention to terminate is not stated explicitly