WORKER FIRED FOR ABSENCES STILL ELIGIBLE FOR UNEMPLOYMENT Blodgett v. Florida Unemployment App. Comm'n | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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Unemployment Benefits
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WORKER FIRED FOR ABSENCES STILL ELIGIBLE FOR UNEMPLOYMENT

Blodgett v. Florida Unemployment App. Comm'n

Although an employee was properly fired for excessive unauthorized absences, she was still entitled to unemployment benefits, a Florida appeals court has decided. The panel found that the plaintiff's failed attempts to meet her employer's...
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