Employee's Admission of Off-Duty Marijuana Use Insufficient to Deny Unemployment Benefits - The National Law Review
12/09/2014 An employee’s admission of off-duty marijuana use was not “misconduct” sufficient to deny unemployment benefits, even if it may have been a sufficient reason for his discharge, according to an Illinois appellate court. Eastham v. The Housing Authority of Jefferson County, No. 09-MR-57 (Ill. App. Ct. 5th Dist. Dec. 2, 2014). Read Full Story
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