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Fear of Firing Not ‘Good Cause’ to Quit (access required)

An employee who had been subjected to multiple performance improvement plans and who ultimately asked her employer to accelerate her latest PIP and terminate her voluntarily left her employment without good cause, and the Court of Appeals upholds denial of unemployment benefits. Appellant argues that the severance of her employment should have been treated as a ...

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