One of our workers came to work with a broken hand and couldn't work.
The boss complained that he wasn't doing a good job like he was supposed to and now couldn't work at all and told him...Adios!
So the guy goes down to file for unemployment saying because he hurt himself he couldn't work.
The boss gets a letter indicating they want his side of the story and he tells them the wasn't doing his job up to their satisfaction so they let him go.
The Employment office sends us a determination letter indicating that the employee didn't fall under the misconduct rule and was eligible for unemployment, however since he said he was physically unable to work, he would not be paid until he was able and willing to work and then could re-open a claim.
So I guess if you don't do a good job at work and get fired, you can always go down and collect unemployment..............is that the way I understand it?