Cause for Quitting Unrelated to Work

Statutes bar benefits to claimant who quits work without good cause, which includes a medical condition, but only if related to work. Claimant ceased to return contacts from employer, though employer held claimant’s job for claimant, which constituted quitting. Claimant’s cause for quitting was a medical condition, but claimant did not show that the condition was work-related, so the Court of Appeals affirms the denial of benefits.
Michael Menley, Claimant/Appellant, vs. JJF & C, LLC., Employer/Respondent, and Division of Employment Security, Respondent.
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Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District – ED109507

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