"MATTER OF VASSALLO
125 A.D.2d 771 (1986)
In the Matter of the Claim of Deborah A. Vassallo, Respondent. Upstate Federal Credit Union, Appellant. Lillian Roberts, as Commissioner of Labor, Respondent
Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Third Department.
December 4, 1986
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that, although claimant had disclosed confidential information in contravention of her employer's work rules, her conduct did not rise to the level of disqualifying misconduct. This appeal by the employer ensued. We now affirm.
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an employee's termination rises to the level of misconduct (see, Labor Law § 593 ; Matter of Tarver [Ross], 64 A.D.2d 760, 761). Under the circumstances of Platt's disclosure of the existence of the loan to claimant and claimant's prior acquaintance and relationship with Platt and her daughter, claimant's conduct here could rationally have been viewed as a good-faith error in judgment rather than disqualifying misconduct (see, Matter of Figueroa [Levine], 50 A.D.2d 998).