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Employer-Employee: Unemployment Benefits- Eligibility- Discharge for Misconduct

Defendant appealed the decision reversing the denial of plaintiff’s application for unemployment benefits. Plaintiff was initially found to have committed misconduct in connection with her discharge. On appeal, defendant argued that the facts of plaintiff’s yelling at her supervisor, storming out of the office and refusing to return to work constituted acts of misconduct. Where plaintiff’s ...