Q) Question if I leave my job after 90 probation can still collect unemployment being harass by staff
A) If you are being harassed by staff at your job, you may be able to collect unemployment benefits if you leave your job. However, the specific rules vary from state to state.
In general, you must be able to prove that you were harassed and that the harassment was severe enough to make you quit your job. You may need to provide documentation of the harassment, such as emails, text messages, or witness statements.
You may also need to show that you tried to report the harassment to your employer and that your employer did not take steps to stop the harassment.
If you can prove that you were harassed and that you quit your job as a result, you may be eligible for unemployment benefits. However, it is important to note that the decision of whether or not to award unemployment benefits is ultimately up to the state unemployment agency.
If you are considering leaving your job due to harassment, you should speak with an attorney to discuss your legal options. An attorney can help you understand your rights and can advise you on the best course of action.
Keep in mind that in most situations, if you resign voluntarily you are not eligible for unemployment insurance benefits. However, if you resign for good cause you may be able to collect unemployment benefits. Good cause could include, for example, not being paid, discrimination, unsafe working conditions, a change in your job duties, health and safety risks on the job, or some types of family emergencies.