Unemployment disqualification is the process of being declared ineligible for unemployment benefits due to certain conditions or circumstances. It can occur if an individual voluntarily quits their job, was dismissed from their job for cause, fails to meet certain eligibility requirements, or has engaged in certain types of misconduct. In some cases, such as when an employee voluntarily quits a job without good cause related to the work or the employer, they may be disqualified from receiving unemployment benefits. The decision whether to disqualify someone from unemployment benefits is typically made by a state agency based on applicable laws and regulations.
In addition to not meeting eligibility criteria and engaging in misconduct while employed, employees may also be disqualified if they have received some type of severance pay or separation agreement when leaving their job.
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