Monday, December 5, 2011

NEW YORK UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE - HEARINGS AND APPEALS - MISCONDUCT OR SEPARATION WITH GOOD CAUSE - CASE NO. 7

The Appeal Board Electronic Interpretation Service also lists the following cases regarding "constant nagging" and/or harassment under the heading "1650. Grievances and objections - Action of employer or fellow employee (annoyances)":

"False accusations or constant insinuations made by the employer that claimant is dishonest may constitute good cause for voluntary leaving. (A.B. 13,297-46)

When working conditions become intolerable because of continuous friction with supervisor, good cause may exist for voluntary leaving. (A.B. 12,979-46)

Mere inability to get along with supervisor (clash of personalities) is not good cause for voluntary leaving. (A.B. 13.010-46)"

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