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Unemployment Comp – Medical Receptionist – Insubordination – Patient Departures (access required)

A medical receptionist whose insubordination and discourteous conduct caused at least three patients of the medical practice to take their business elsewhere is not entitled to unemployment compensation because he was discharged due to misconduct, in this Roanoke County Circuit Court case. Employer’s testimony was that petitioner, in spite of repeated verbal counseling by his supervisor, ...

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