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Employee Had ‘Good Cause’ to Quit (access required)

An equipment operator who promptly informed his foreman that his perforated ulcer required emergency surgery, and who, after surgery, continued to inform employer that he was available for light duty, left work voluntarily and with good cause when employer did not provide light duty work, and the Norfolk Circuit Court reverses the decision of the ...

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