No Misconduct Shown

Laws allow denial of employment benefits for misconduct in the workplace, which includes knowing violation of employer policies and common standards of behavior. Gossip may be included, which the employer charged, and the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission found, but those findings do not stand on competent and substantial evidence. There was nothing presented that would have determined that supervisory figures in the workplace are a protected class.

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