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Employment : Unemployment Compensation – Voluntary Discharge

Where employer denied respondent’s unemployment benefits, the denial was proper as respondent’s job was during the school year, and respondent indicated on a school form that he would be unable to return to work the following school year; therefore, respondent voluntarily left  work without good cause attributable to employer.

Decision is reversed.

Morris v. Glenridge Children’s Center, Inc., et al. (MLW No. 66683/Case No. ED100917 – 9 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Richter, J.) Appealed from Labor and Industrial Relations Commission (Clay S. Brinkman for appellant) (Christine K. Lesicko for respondent and Larry Morris, pro se).

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