Can I collect unemployment if I'm let go for not agreeing to additional probation?
1 attorney answer
Probably not. Refusing to sign a document can be viewed as insubordination, which will likely be considered misconduct, which is one of the things that will disqualify you from unemployment insurance benefits. If you are terminated for not performing up to the company standards, you would likely qualify. If you need the income, it would be better to stay.
Good luck to you.
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