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Overtime Complaint Not ‘Good Cause’ to Quit (access required)

An employee who was unhappy with working more than 40 hours in a week without overtime pay and who quit instead of complying with her supervisor’s request to complete a “paid time off” form after taking a sick day, did not show good cause to quit, and the Fairfax Circuit Court affirms denial of unemployment ...

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