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Worker who quit for good cause gets benefits (access required)

The Virginia Employment Commission erred by denying plaintiff’s claim for unemployment benefits because the record does not support its finding that he voluntarily left his employment without good cause. ‘Good cause’ An employee who voluntarily leaves his or her job without good cause is disqualified from receiving unemployment benefits. Determining “good cause” is a mixed question of ...