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Click on the case numbers below for decisions, where the employer’s awareness of employee misconduct was a factor in deciding whether the claimant was disqualified from receiving benefits for deliberate misconduct.


BR-108629-A (Aug. 17, 2009) – Claimant denied benefits for deliberate misconduct, even though his coworkers had also stolen scrap metal from the employer without being disciplined.  There was no evidence that the employer knew this was going on.

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