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VL 600.4 Domestic Responsibility

Click on the case numbers below to access cases that decide a claimant's eligibility for benefits based upon whether child-care or other family responsibilities created urgent, compelling, and necessitous reasons to leave work.

0002 1442 38

0002 1442 38 (Dec. 20, 2013) – The  facts showed that several months before the claimant’s due date, when her employer forced her to decide whether she would return to work after giving birth, the claimant had a reasonable belief that she would not be able to afford child-care.  Board held that claimant resigned based upon urgent, compelling, and necessitous circumstances.

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