NMSA 51-1-7 (1978) disqualification of unemployment benefits

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Sandra Bergner
PA205-unit 2 assignment
March 10, 2014

Disqualification of Unemployment Benefits

The Statute N.M.A.S. 51-1-17, (2011) which is defined as New Mexico’s Annotated Statute describes the disqualification of employee benefits. A individual shall be disqualified and not be eligible to receive benefits if the individual voluntarily left employment, misconduct associated to the individuals employment, or has failed to apply for available work when it was offered. The unemployment statute was created and enacted by The Legislature of The State of New Mexico. In section 2. 51-1-44 NMSA (1978) (being Laws 1977, Chapter 227, and section 6 as amended. The unemployment law is a federal and state …show more content…

Most companies do not allow such behavior or misconduct resulting in termination. So an individual cannot turn around and collect unemployment benefits; NMSA 51-1-7 Paragraph A. Sec 2. In addition, one can be denied because if it is determined by the division that the individual has failed without good cause either to apply for available, suitable work when so directed or referred by the division to accept work when offered. This is meaning that an individual must continue to look for

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