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Many thanks for your patience. You would still be able to make a claim in the employment tribunal, even if you are no longer employed by that employer You are correct that the most likely claim would be for constructive dismissal, where you have been forced to resign as a result of the employer’s failure to deal with the application fairly and that gave you no other option but to resign. In addition to a constructive dismissal claim, you may also be able to claim for discrimination, if the reasons for their rejection was linked to a protected characteristic, such as gender, age, race, religion, pregnancy, etc. This claim can be made at the same time as the constructive dismissal one and you can use the same claim and process to make them at the same time.
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