for example a disciplinary action was taken on employee A but no disciplinary action was taken on employee B for the same exact same reason
There are many good employment attorneys in Maryland that can discuss with you the specifics of your situation. However, the general rule is that if you quit a job, you will need to demonstrate at an appeal hearing that no reasonable person could withstand the conditions you were forced to work through.
Any information provided here is for information purposes only and is not to be construed as legal advice or intended to create an attorney client relationship. Attorney Michael Goldstein is licensed in Massachusetts only and is associated with counsel in RI, MD and DC.
Voluntarily quitting in response to an employer's reprimand is generally considered to be without good cause or valid circumstances unless you can affirmatively show that the reprimand was unreasonable or that the employer was acting in bad faith. Depending on the basis for the unequal treatment, and your ability to show evidence of it, you might be able to get unemployment benefits, but the burden would certainly be on you. You would benefit from speaking to an attorney who specializes in this area.
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