Where a claimant of unemployment compensation benefits was determined to have violated his company’s no-call, no-show policy by being absent from work for two days without contacting a supervisor, the policy plainly stated its requirements and the claimant was aware of the policy, so the evidence was sufficient to support the finding that the claimant engaged in misconduct requiring a denial of benefits.
Judgment is affirmed.
Odom v. Glazer’s Distributors of Missouri, Inc. (MLW No. 69566/Case No. WD79314 – 7 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Martin, J.) Appealed from the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission (John J. Ammann, St. Louis, and David Poe, Rule 13 Student, for appellant) (Ninion S. Riley, Jefferson City, and Jared Logan, Rule 13 Student, for respondent).
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