Wednesday, November 14, 2012

NEW YORK UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE - WORK PERFORMANCE

The Department of Labor states in Section 1100 of the Electronic Interpretation Service Index:

"Notwithstanding the broad concept of misconduct now applied, there remain circumstances which would not justify the imposition of a disqualification for misconduct, including:

Mere inefficiency,

Inadequate performance as the result of inability or incapacity,

Inadvertence or ordinary negligence in isolated instances,

Good faith errors in judgement or discretion.

On the other hand, even inadequate performance may be misconduct if it can be shown that it resulted from gross negligence, indifference, or recurrent carelessness."

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