I quit my job, every time they checked the register would come up short.

unemployed_personQ) I quit my job due to the fact about every time they checked up the register would come up short or over on cash or the charge account and the boss lady would holler and fuss but then the next day it would be found because she added something wrong and no one would even apologize for they way Mae talked to me the night before they are sometimes 4 to 5 people in the register through out the day the woman in the morning does check up sometime and some times she doesn’t and even when she checks up she is in the register almost a hour before the next person comes on so she is in that one as well I have some of the text and some of the pictures of check up I’m I eligible to receive unemployment until I find another job thank you troy Alabama,

A) I understand that you quit your job due to the fact that the register would come up short or over on cash or the charge account, and your boss lady would holler and fuss. You also mentioned that she would not apologize for the way she talked to you the night before.

It sounds like you were in a difficult situation at your job. It is not acceptable for your boss to yell at you or to not apologize for the way she talks to you. It is also not acceptable for the register to be short or over on cash or the charge account.

If you are eligible for unemployment benefits, it will depend on the specific circumstances of your case. However, it sounds like you may be eligible for benefits because you were forced to quit your job due to a hostile work environment.

Here are some things you can do to increase your chances of being approved for unemployment benefits:

  • File for unemployment benefits as soon as possible after you quit your job.
  • Be prepared to provide documentation to the unemployment office that supports your claim. This documentation may include:
    • A copy of your resignation letter
    • A copy of any text messages or emails that show your boss’s hostile behavior
    • A copy of any pictures that show the register being short or over on cash or the charge account
  • If you are denied unemployment benefits, you may be able to appeal the decision. You should contact your state’s unemployment office for more information on how to appeal a denial.

You can always apply for unemployment if you have lost your job. However if you quit your job you may not be eligible for benefits. The general requirement for unemployment insurance benefits are:

Have received enough wages during the base period to establish a claim.
Be totally or partially unemployed.
Be unemployed through no fault of his/her own.
Be physically able to work.
Be available for work which means to be ready and willing to immediately accept work.
Be actively looking for work.
Meet eligibility requirements each week benefits are claimed.

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