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PT 300.00 Subsidiary Employment

Click on the case numbers below to access decisions about the unemployment benefit consequence when a claimant separates from one of two jobs.

0024 9313 31

0024 9313 31 (Sept. 27, 2018) – Discharge was due to deliberate misconduct in wilful disregard of the employer’s interest pursuant to G.L. c. 151A, § 25(e)(2). However, this was part-time, subsidiary, base period employment and at the time of her separation from the employer, she did not know of an impending qualifying separation from her full-time job. Pursuant to DUA regulations, the claimant is not denied benefits or subject to a constructive deduction due to her discharge from the employer.

0011 4858 86

0011 4858 86 (June 19, 2014) – Under 430 CMR 4.76, a claimant may not be disqualified from benefits—or subject to a constructive deduction—if he quits a part-time job without knowledge of an impending separation from his full-time job.

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