You are not eligible for unemployment if you leave "without good cause". You have good cause if your employer makes a substantial change in the terms of your employment. If your boss is changing the percentage you earn on commissions, you would have good cause to quit and I believe you would be given unemployment benefits.Ask a similar question
Adjustments down in pay can often provide valid grounds for an employee to leave their job and still collect unemployment benefits. Luckily, the Unemployment Website provides a listing of prior cases that you can compare yours to in order to determine if you are likely to qualify for benefits if you quit.
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