WORKER FIRED FOR ALCOHOL-RELATED MISCONDUCT CANNOT GET UNEMPLOYMENT Stephens v. Employment Sec. Dep't of Wash. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

WORKER FIRED FOR ALCOHOL-RELATED MISCONDUCT CANNOT GET UNEMPLOYMENT Stephens v. Employment Sec. Dep't of Wash. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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WORKER FIRED FOR ALCOHOL-RELATED MISCONDUCT CANNOT GET UNEMPLOYMENT

Stephens v. Employment Sec. Dep't of Wash.

A Boeing Co. employee fired after leaving his job to get treatment for his alcoholism is not eligible for unemployment benefits, a Washington state appeals court has ruled. The panel rejected the employee's equal protection challenge to the law,...
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