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1 answer  |  asked Jun 21, 2012 09:32 AM [EST]  |  applies to Massachusetts

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Kevin McGann
If I understand you correctly, you were trained to do the job a certain way, and you did it that way, mistrusting the advice of other people. I assume that the other people were NOT your superiors/managers. In Massachusetts, you have a good chance on appeal, and you should hurry up and appeal it. You did not violate any company policies or management instructions, and your manager said you were let go "because it wasn't working out", which is not a reason to deny you unemployment benefits.

posted by Kevin McGann  |  Jun 21, 2012 4:56 PM [EST]

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