The decision of the EAT in Hunter v Timber Components (UK) Limited serves as a reminder that employees can base a constructive dismissal claim on their employer's treatment of other employees. This claim concerned an employee who resigned on account of a director's intimidating and bullying behaviour towards other members of staff. The EAT held that in constructive dismissal cases, while the behaviour complained of will normally be directed at the employee who resigns, this need not necessarily be so. On the facts of the case however, the conduct complained of did not amount to a repudiatory breach and so Mr Hunter's claim failed.