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Mn. Can You Get Unemployment Benefits If You Resign?

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My boss wants to give his daughter my job so he is trying to get me to quit she is 23 and I am 56
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In MN, the general rule is that a quit will cause you to be ineligible for unemployment insurance benefits until you have worked again and earned sufficient earnings in covered employment to end the ineligibility caused by the quit. However, there are exceptions to the general rule. To see the circumstances when a quit will not cause you to be ineligible, see MN statute 268.095 subdivision 1. (Note: There was a law change effective on or about 8/2/09 regarding the exceptions to the general rule. A couple of exceptions were added or clarified).  You should contact MN DEED with your questions.  www.uimn.org

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