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Log misconduct or worker could get unemployment

11/29/2010

When you discharge an employee for misconduct, she theoretically isn’t eligible for unemployment compensation because the employee’s own poor behavior is what caused her dismissal. But you can’t be sloppy when you document the misconduct. Take the time to investigate before you terminate.

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