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I live in Virginia (right to work state) and recently have been fired for shortages on my register that violate the company policy. According to the paperwork I have (my write-ups) my employer skipped the step of "suspension" and went automatically to termination. When I asked about this they said that the suspension step is something that the company no longer does. I was told that I would get a suspension for my next violation, instead I was terminated. My question is: can I still be eligible for unemployment benefits since my employer went against their written policy (my write ups) and let me go? Many thanks in advance.