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In order to receive unemployment you have to be unemployed through no fault of your own.

There are, however, situations in which you may be found eligible for unemployment even when you quit your job.

These situations are rare, and the decision whether you can collect unemployment may be somewhat arbitrary - and often only decided by making an appeal, and having a a special appeal hearing.

They are wanting to change my position to a non-bargaining position which would significantly affect my benefits and my wage.

They have offered to move me to another position that is bargaining should I chose not to stay.

I would strongly advise you against quitting, in case you are considering that. If it a small company, with no HR staff - getting your grievances heard is going to be more difficult. Site Admin I agree with the advice, and at the same time I have seen how my friend was treated and what he had to go through it, that it is not that easy to stick it out and only option left is to quit, My friend went to HR and he was given the lip service. 9 out of 10 times, it is hard for anyone to survive in such situation and the person who is at the receiving end is the one loosing out.

Please read this forum thread, as it relates to a hostile work environment:unemploymenthandbook.com/forum/showthread.php? I have a question regarding unemployement but not sure how to start a new thread on this site.

However I have topped out in my current field and any other position would be demoting me.

Under these grounds would I be able to file unemployement if I quit?

I had to take a job for the company our employer outsourced us to.

My pay has been cut over half, and work is low most of the days so it takes 13-14 hours a day to even get my 8 hours in. We were told we would still be doing our same accounts, but we are not.

Maybe We Can Help: If you can't find the answer to your question, you can fill out the comment form below and I will answer your question ASAP, or you can ask the The Unemployment Expert or you can post your question in the Unemployment Forum I believe my boss is trying to get me to quit my job. She rolls her eyes and sighs when I go in to her office for help.