On Wed, 4 Jul 2012 15:43:48 -0700 (PDT), firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
technician. One day they asked me to do a repair that was against building and
safety codes. I refused, so they fired me. After I got fired I applied for
unemployment. The EDD (Employment Development Department) told me that I
wasn’t eligible to collect
unemployment because I wasn’t laid-off but was fired. I appealed their
decision to a judge who, although accepted the fact that I was asked to do
something illegal, never-the-less found that I wasn’t qualified to receive
unemployment because “the law says that I cannot receive unemployment if you
are dismissed form a position”.
Answer you sue the former employer for wrongful dismissal.. It's usually a
criminal and civil violation to punish employees for refusing to perform an
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