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Unemployment Comp – Misconduct – Insubordination (access required)

A claimant’s alleged failure to pick up from a customer for a two-week period, as directed by employer, was not misconduct that would disqualify claimant from receiving unemployment compensation after his termination, and a Fairfax Circuit Court reverses the Employment Commission’s contrary decision. It is the opinion of this court that the commission’s factual findings are ...

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