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Refusal to sign ‘unreasonable’ car policy does not bar unemployment benefits (access required)

A company sales director who was fired because he refused to sign his employer’s policy on the use of company cars can collect unemployment benefits. The Virginia Court of Appeals reversed a decision for the employer, saying the employee’s refusal to sign the broadly worded policy was not misconduct that barred benefits. The employer’s policy was not ...

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