Can I get unemployment for quitting a job where conditions were questionable.
I recently worked at a company where staffing was a major problem. They had only one preceptor who was also the only full time technician. She had numerous other jobs. Needless to say training me was one too many for her. I was often left to figure things out for myself and she began to get frustrated because I was not learning fast enough for her. She made derogatory comments in front of patients told me after two full days on the job that I was 100% responsible for everything that I entered into the patients chart. I was shocked. Every morning the first thing she said to me was "your going to have to speed up or you will never get this done" not exaggerating. It became a nightmare. I went to my manager and requested another preceptor. She said they did not have anyone. I then requested to go and train at another facility where staffing was not an issue. That request was denied. I told by my manager that I could not learn the job the way that it was being presented to me. She said there was nothing she could do. That is when I turned in a notice. I feel that I did all that I could do. I even talked to the preceptor about the problems. Her response was "If you think it is bad here, well it is much worse at other clinics" There was simply no options left.
Does this qualify as an appeal if my claim is denied?
I applied to KY because I had not worked enough hours in AL. I recently moved here.
Well, I certainly think it is worth trying. There just aren't any guarantees, only valid preparations.
I no longer present personalized strategies in this forum, but I do offer a personalized service
I do want to tell you that when you have worked in two different states all work no matter what state it was performed in counts in a base period.
If Kentucky denies unemployment you might be able to file a claim in AL ..