Sunday, June 19, 2011

NEW YORK UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE - HEARINGS AND APPEALS - VULGAR LANGUAGE - CASE NO. 5

The claimant advised me as follows:

1. The claimant worked at a large retail store for over 1 year.

2. The claimant wanted some information from the HR department regarding paperwork for a personal matter.

3. When the claimant spoke to the HR manager, the claimant felt that the HR manager was either ignoring the claimant or did not want to give the claimant the paperwork.

4. The claimant left the HR office and while in a hallway muttered to herself/himself: "This is bullshit, this company sucks".

5. Later that day, the claimant was called in by the claimant's supervisor and advised that employment was terminated immediately for violating company policy regarding inappropriate behavior and insubordination.

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