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When an Individual quits employment, one of the questions asked is, “Was continuing work available if the individual had not quit?”. If the answer to this question is “No,” then the separation is a Quit in lieu of Discharge and considered a Discharge when the State Agency is determining if benefits are payable or not. As a result, the employer has a burden of proof to show willful and deliberate misconduct on the part of the claimant to prevail in these cases. Be prepared to provide:

These items will help you as the employer in proving that the individual did indeed commit misconduct connected with the work.


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