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Labor & Employment — Unemployment Benefits – Good Cause – Not Attributable to Employer (access required)

Even though the petitioner-employee left his job for good cause—knee pain exacerbated by his job duties—since the cause was not attributable to the employer, petitioner is not entitled to unemployment benefits. We affirm the Court of Appeals’ decision, which upheld the denial of benefits. Background After petitioner suffered a knee injury at work, his employer underwent a merger, ...

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