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Unemployment compensation: Disqualification – Discharge – Medical Restrictions

Where an unemployment compensation claimant became unemployed because documented medical restrictions prevented him from performing his job, the claimant did not leave work voluntarily, but was instead discharged, and the claimant’s physical inability to do his job did not constitute ...

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Unemployment Compensation: Disqualification – Discharge – Credibility Determination

Where two witnesses for an employer testified that an unemployment compensation claimant was not being terminated at a meeting at which he was told he would not receive a raise, the commission found the employer’s witnesses to be more credible ...

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Unemployment Compensation: Denial Of Benefits – Refusal Of Work – Good Cause

Where an unemployment compensation claimant was denied benefits because the commission found that she failed, without good cause, to accept an offer of suitable work from a former employer, the employer failed to meet its burden of proving an actual ...

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