by Scared to be Unemployeed
(Appleton, WI, USA)
I have worked as a sales associate for the past 3 years. The company has guidelines which state that an employee will be terminated if sales quota’s are not met. I was very successful and made top sales person for several months until the economy soured. During the good sales period, the company provided solid leads. However, the leads are not productive now. Unfortunately, the organization increased the quota’s during these tough economic times and I have failed to meet my goal. The writing is on the wall that I will be terminated. I realize that I can apply for unemployment, but what are the probabilities of receiving it?
I have research ‘misconduct’ in Wi, but cannot locate a definitive answer.
You’re kidding me. You can’t find WI’s definition? It’s so prevalent .. other states have adopted it as their own.
I even have it on this website. Click here for the definition of misconduct from which most definitions come from.
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