Employment Lawa nd Labor: Unemployment Compensation

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Unemployment compensation is a financial benefit paid to employees who are temporarily out of work due to reasons other than misconduct (Cihon & Castagnera, 2017). The employee must be able to return to work as soon as another job is available. Unemployment compensation is funded by taxing both employees and employers. An employee would be entitled to unemployment compensation if the job loss was not caused “willful misconduct” (p. 693) or in most cases, if the employee left of his/her own free will (Cihon & Castagnera, 2017).

Determining what constitutes willful misconduct is not simple. There is plenty of room for interpretation and there is not a specific methodology in determining “fault”.

Question to tutor

Do you think extenuating circumstances should be considered when deciding whether an employee is entitled to unemployment? Why or why not. Response should be a minimum of 200. References and in-text citation must be used. Selected tutor will receive the e-book information.


Cihon, P.J, & Castagnera, J. (2017). Employment and labor law. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning

Schwartz, Daniel (March 21, 2011). Connecticut Employment Law Blog. What is Willful (Wilful) Misconduct Under Unemployment Compensations Act? Court Says Insulting E-mails to Boss May Qualify. Retrieved from https://www.ctemploymentlawblog.com/2011/03/articl…

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