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Employment Development Department
Employment Development Department

Misconduct MC 300 - Reason for Decision

Manner of Performing Work

I. DISQUALIFICATION

A. Unsatisfactory Job Performance

You were discharged from your last job with (Employer Name) because of unsatisfactory job performance. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

B. Accident - Substantial Negligence

You were discharged from your last job with (Employer Name) because of actions which resulted or could have resulted in an accident. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

C. Series of Accidents

You were discharged from your last job with (Employer Name) because you were involved in a number of accidents. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

D. Damage to Equipment of Materials

You were discharged from your last job with (Employer Name) because of actions which resulted in damage to your employer’s equipment or materials. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

E. Quality of Work

You were discharged from your last job with (Employer Name) because your work did not meet the employer’s standards. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

F. Unable to Obtain/Renew License

You were discharged from your last job with (Employer Name) because you did not pass the test necessary for obtaining or the renewal of your license or certificate required by your job. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

G. Quantity of Work

You were discharged from your last job with (Employer Name) because you were not producing the quantity of work required by your employer. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

H. Violation of Law

You were discharged from your last job with (Employer Name) because of a violation of law during working hours. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

I. Loss of Driver’s License

You were discharged from your last job with (employer name) because your driving license was suspended. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

J. Traffic Violation

You were discharged from your last job with (Employer Name) because of a traffic violation. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

K. Unable to Obtain/Renew License/Certificate/Permit

You were discharged from your last job with (Employer Name) because you did not obtain or renew the license, certificate, or permit required by your job. After considering the available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

II. ELIGIBLE

AA. Layoff - Lack of Work

You discharged the claimant partly for not performing the work to your standards, but primarily to reduce your workforce. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

BB. Layoff Prior to Discharge

You state you discharged the claimant; however, the claimant had completed the job assignment and was on layoff status at the time of the discharge. Therefore, the Department finds there was no discharge for misconduct.

CC. Unsatisfactory Job Performance (General)

You discharged the claimant for not performing the work to your satisfaction. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

DD. Accident

You discharged the claimant for an accident in which he or she was involved. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

EE. Damage to Equipment or Materials

You discharged the claimant for actions which resulted in damage to your equipment or materials. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

FF. Quality of Work

You discharged the claimant for not performing the work to your standards. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

GG. Unable to Obtain/Renew License

You discharged the claimant for failing the test required to obtain or renew a license or certificate. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

HH. Quantity of Work

You discharged the claimant for not producing the quantity of work required by you. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

ll. Violation of Law - Not Supported by Facts

You discharged the claimant for allegedly violating the law. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

JJ. Traffic Violations

You discharged the claimant for traffic violations. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

KK. Error in Judgment

You discharged the claimant for actions which were the result of an error in judgment. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

LL. Unable to Obtain/Renew License/Certificate/Permit

You discharged the claimant for failing to obtain or renew a license, certificate or permit. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.

MM. Loss of Driver’s License (General)

You discharged the claimant because his or her driver’s license had been suspended. After considering the available information, the Department finds that the reasons for discharge do not meet the definition of misconduct connected with work.