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Decision 25007 Full Text of Decision 25007

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voluntarily leaving employment new employment a requirement
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It is argued that he had "to be by the phone" all day. As a claimant, and as a part-time worker, he had to make phone calls to show his availability to the trucking company, but that did not, to my mind, preclude him from looking for other suitable full-time employment if that was his desire.

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voluntarily leaving employment working conditions unsatisfactory

Decision 23299 Full Text of Decision 23299

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voluntarily leaving employment new employment a requirement
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The fact is she had not found another job before quitting and there is nothing in the facts to suggest that circumstances at work were so very difficult for her that it was not reasonable for her to keep on working until she found another job. She herself recognized that she had overreacted.


Decision 21619 Full Text of Decision 21619

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voluntarily leaving employment new employment a requirement
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Unfortunately for him, it is not just looking or seeking another job but actually arranging for one before quitting that is required. It is not appropriate that a person quit a job and expect the taxpayer to pay him from the UI monies. A penalty is imposed for that very reason.

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voluntarily leaving employment legislation rationale

Decision 20926 Full Text of Decision 20926

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voluntarily leaving employment new employment a requirement
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With no other employment in sight, a claimant must have a very good and compelling reason, i.e. an intolerable employment situation, before she quits her job.

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voluntarily leaving employment working conditions unsatisfactory

Decision 17514 Full Text of Decision 17514

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voluntarily leaving employment new employment a requirement
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While it is always difficult to seek other work while still employed full-time, jurisprudence is quite constant that one who leaves work voluntarily without having other employment to go to is deemed to have acted imprudently and to have lost his employment without just cause.


Decision A-1458.84 Full Text of Decision A-1458.84

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voluntarily leaving employment new employment a requirement
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He may have taken steps to minimize that risk, by obtaining a promise of immediate fresh employment. Any change of employment is likely to involve some risk of temporary unemployment and the question is whether claimant's conduct such as to create unreasonable risk. [p.8-9] L'employé qui a quitté volontairement son emploi et n'en a pas trouvé un autre s'est placé délibérément dans une situation lui permettant de forcer des tiers à lui verser des prestations. Conduite excusée s'il croyait qu'il ne serait pas en chômage. [p.6]

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voluntarily leaving employment personal reasons altruistic considerations
voluntarily leaving employment personal reasons monetary considerations
voluntarily leaving employment just cause definition
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board of referees errors in law meaning of a term
voluntarily leaving employment new employment delay between two jobs

Decision 10829 Full Text of Decision 10829

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voluntarily leaving employment new employment a requirement
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Was insured's situation so untenable, so intolerable, that he could leave without first finding employment elsewhere? Did he take all necessary steps to remedy situation? These are questions to be asked.

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labour dispute regularly engaged definition
voluntarily leaving employment working conditions salary
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