STATE CONSIDERING MAKING IT TOUGHER TO GET UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS FOR MISCONDUCT FIRINGS, QUITTING

120px-Seal_of_New_Jersey_svgA new change to the unemployment system in the state is being proposed. The Labor Department is proposing making it tougher for benefits to be collected by those that quit or are fired for misconduct. A public hearing on the matter will be held on Friday. The change could include not paying any benefits for a misconduct firing, or delaying the payment of benefits. It is believed the change could save the state $150 million a year.

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