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In Minn., one-time mistake that’s arguably not serious may not bar unemployment

09/22/2016

Under Minnesota’s unemployment compensation rules, an employee’s single incident of misconduct can be grounds for discharge—and can keep the employee from collecting benefits if it was a serious violation.

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