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constructive dismissal? 3 years 3 months ago #17174

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Hi, good evening. I am regularly employed and currently hold a managerial position in a company. I had an arguement with my boss regarding my salary when he deliberately put it on hold. We are not quite in good terms for the past 2 months since i was already fed up with what he is doing to me such as taking credit for my accomplishments and making me look bad in front the company owners. He started nitpicking on me by putting blame on me for things other departments and other employees below me had done. Going back to my salary when he deliberately put it on hold, this was aggrevated by my wife who texted him about it which he took personally. Now my concern is due to this, i requested for hr dept to mediate for us to settle this once and for all. He told hr that effective that day, he no longer need my services and endorse all my accounts to him. I will just report in the office and sit in front of my desk which our hr department acknowledged. now the tricky part is when the hr manager asked me to resign instead of putting up a fight with my boss. I asked him what will i get if i resign? He told me that i need to demand how much i am asking which i told him and he told me its doable or least very close to that amount. All i need to do is write a resignation letter and put there all the good things that the company has done for me and thank them. I did what he told me and submitted it to him. He also asked me to make a letter requesting for company support which i also did. Now when the time came that i was about to collect my pay, they suddenly deducted alot of things that shoudnt be deducted wherein i ended up with just 1k. The amount that they told me to ask from management was not even close to what we have discussed. I never wanted to go through the lengthy process of filing an nlrc case against them which is my primary reason why i agreed when the hr managertold me to resign. I never took the money they were giving me since i am protesting the outcome of our agreement and i am now contemplating on filing a case against them. My question is, does this still fall under constructive dismissal since i was asked to resign by the hr manager. Thanks and hope you could help and God bless
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