not meeting sales quota or is it a Neglect of Duties.
I believe I will be getting fired for not meeting my numbers at my sales job. The economy has turned and it is much more difficult to close deals. Is this considered willful misconduct if at the end I just do stop trying?
Well of course it can be considered misconduct. It would be a neglect of duties .. vs. a performance issue.
There have been numerous questions asked about this precise subject and I have gone into detail about this difference. Why don't you check out some of the questions on this page.
Giving up gives the employer a valid point to focus on to prove misconduct.
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