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Getting Your Unemployment Insurance Benefits Even After Being Fired for Rudeness

Being discourteous to your employer’s customers or the public can get you fired. But does it also mean that you lose your unemployment insurance benefits? What if it only happened once? Or what if the customer deserved it? What does the employer have to prove in order to keep you from receiving your unemployment insurance benefits?  These and other questions can be answered by clicking on the link below. You may be surprised to find that you are entitled to your unemployment benefits after all.

Misconduct – Relations with the Public

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