An employee didn’t lose his eligibility for unemployment compensation benefits when he accepted early retirement as part of a reduction of force, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled in reversing judgment.
Worcester, Mass. patent attorney Gerry A. Blodgett usually advocates for his clients. But lately he’s been fighting on behalf of himself.
The attorney is challenging the state of Massachusetts in a bid to receive unemployment benefits, arguing that a dip in his workload has resulted in a wage reduction and therefore qualifies him for the benefits.
A worker who was terminated for violating her employer’s ban on cell phone usage by posting a comment on Facebook about a co-worker can be denied unemployment benefits, a Pennsylvania appellate court has ruled.
An unemployed Indianapolis man has sued the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, saying that the agency is taking too long to process unemployment appeals.
WASHINGTON – A measure extending unemployment COBRA benefits has been cut from the Senate version of the jobs bill.
An employee who accepted an early retirement package in a RIF is not eligible for unemployment benefits, the North Carolina Supreme Court has ruled.