From Your Employment Attorney

Insubordinate at Work? You May Still Be Entitled to Your Unemployment Insurance Benefits.

If your employer says you were discharged for “insubordination,” does that mean you automatically lose your unemployment benefits? Not necessarily! Not every disagreement at work is legally considered “insubordination.”

For instance, did you know that the employer’s statement that you committed insubordination represents only one viewpoint. The acts which led to your discharge, and your reason for doing (or not doing) the acts, will determine if insubordination really exists. Learn more about insubordination by clicking on the link below:

Misconduct – Insubordination

Now that you know what “insubordination” really is, you may decide it’s worth fighting for your unemployment insurance benefits!

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