The Supreme Court has issued a declaratory judgment that the employee may leave work when there is a serious failure on the part of the company, and will continue to retain their right to compensation.

 

The employee advised the company I worked for that if they paid within a period of eight days, back wages, leave to go to their jobs.

Meanwhile, the company informed the employee that if he acted that way, understood requesting voluntary redundancy and therefore reserved the right to dismissal and termination compensation.

Failure to declare explains that termination of the contract employment relationship must exist to date of judgment, considering the only exception that the continued employment would prejudice the dignity, integrity, or workers’ fundamental rights.

The Supreme appeals to the “need” that does not oblige the worker “to maintain working conditions that, although not contrary to their dignity or integrity, can imply a serious financial loss or loss of career options.”