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Fear of Firing Not Reason to Quit (access required)

Although a truck dispatcher said she did not receive sufficient training and she quit her job because she feared she would be fired, her apprehension was not good cause to leave her job, and the Court of Appeals affirms the denial of unemployment compensation. The Virginia Employment Commission found claimant’s reason for quitting was not – ...

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