0002 5053 65 (Jan. 14, 2014) – Where coworker yelled at the claimant, threw papers at him, and stopped training him, the problem went beyond a personality conflict; the unprovoked behavior interfered with the claimant’s work. Claimant had good cause attributable to the employer to resign after raising the issue with his supervisor, the assistant vice president, the vice president, and human resources, and the coworker’s behavior did not change.
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