If I Was Fired For Stealing , Can I Collect Unemployment Benefits?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Most likely not because this would be considered "Gross Misconduct", which is more severe then simple misconduct. Usually in a case like this they would deny you completely.
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Deemarcas Day answered
No, you can only collect if you were let go for reasons beyond your control, like a lay off. Stealing is against the rules and a valid reason to be fired, so you won't be eligible.

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