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Hello, I’m Ben. It’s my pleasure to assist you today. I may also ask for some preliminary information to help me determine the legal position.
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Many thanks for your patience, I am pleased to be able to continue assisting with your query now. First of all, I am sorry to hear about the issues you have experienced in your situation.
Whilst allowing you to resign at, or before, the hearing is always an option, there is never a guarantee that it will happen and, in the end, it depends entirely on the employer. So all you can realistically do is propose that to them and see what their response is.
In any event, if you wanted to argue constructive dismissal, you can resign without their consent before the hearing anyway. The whole point of constructive dismissal is that you argue the employer has committed a serious breach of contract and you are relying on that to leave your employment with immediate effect. So based on the hours issue, you could rely on that to argue constructive dismissal and resign without notice, without even having to agree it with the employer or get them to approve it.
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You are most welcome. If you have any further questions about this, please do not hesitate to get back to me and I will be happy to help. All the best