Quit because credit memos not paid on terms or at all
Purchased used products from companies, locally and nationally for a small company of 10 employees. Terms of agreement, paid in 30 days. Company was in financial distress, 4 pending lawsuits and filed bankruptcy. Customers were constantly calling for payments and owners stalled to make due, lost checks, waiting for loan that was denied, company being purchased. Bottom line, customers were consistently 90-180+ days past due or eventually customer quit doing business with company because they were not paid. In order to pay credit memos, customer had to get product with credit memos. Had meetings with manager because there was no plan of action to pay customers...add it to the list. Met with owners to get top customers paid. Gave resignation when I had to beg for a 400 dollar account to be paid. Owners promised to pay accounts over the next few days. Sales position was listed on Craigslist of the same week. They had a competitor sales rep in and never knew why. They made the credit memo balances of my co-worker and I to zero of the accounts in jeapordy only to find out they never sent the checks. Used the money to pay FED EX. We were working again under the impression credit memos were being paid. Customers threaten to call the BBB and District Attorney's office after waiting months to get paid. One instance, customer said he was driving over to get his check of over $ 4,000 and owner threaten to bring a gun to work. Customers were coming in for payments as well as investors. , paychecks were last, asked to get check late, and forced to make collection calls that was the owners job. Overall, left with good cause.
Was the voluntary resignation determined to be with good cause by the FL Reemployment agency?
And if so, what was their reasoning? Because the employer wasn't allowing you to pay creditors, or customers .. or because they weren't paying you per the FLSA?