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Unemployment Comp – Misconduct – Hearsay (access required)

Hearsay evidence is admissible to support employer’s assertion of misconduct by a former employee of a residential facility for mentally retarded adults, who reportedly stated he did not feel comfortable assisting residents with showers, which was one of his job responsibilities, and a Richmond Circuit Court affirms denial of unemployment compensation benefits. Virginia Code § 60.2-63(A) ...

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