This applies to NJ unemployment laws. My employer in bringing in an outside company to run it's kitchen and I was offered a job for less hours, 1/3 less pay and 1/2 the benefits. I would make the same amount collecting unemployment. They also want me to s

This applies to NJ unemployment laws. My employer in bringing in an outside company to run it's kitchen and I was offered a job for less hours, 1/3 less pay and 1/2 the benefits. I would make the same amount collecting unemployment. They also want me to sign a non compete agreement. If I refuse to sign this agreement and the new company doesn't hire me, will my current employer be able to fight my unemployment claim?

I have a son in college and I really need my salary to be were it currently is to make ends meet. I would rather collect unemployment while I'm searching for another job, than work for this new company at 1/3 my current salary

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