do some research to prepare for the hearing....your claim is for "constructive discharge"
In California, the California Supreme Court defines constructive discharge as follows:
"In order to establish a constructive discharge, an employee must plead and prove, by the usual preponderance of the evidence standard, that the employer either intentionally created or knowingly permitted working conditions that were so intolerable or aggravated at the time of the employee's resignation that a reasonable employer would realize that a reasonable person in the employee's position would be compelled to resign." See following case:
Turner v. Anheuser-Busch, Inc., 7 Cal. 4th 1238, 1251, 876 P.2d 1022 (1994)
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Plead your case to the EDD. It might be that such facts are not going to disqualify you as a "voluntary quit." Please see the following links for a comprehensive review of that standard so that you can prepare yourself for the hearing.
Good luck to you.
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