Legal Question in Employment Law in Michigan

I'm pregnant and now have weight restrictions that prevent me from doing about 25% of my job. So my employer cut my hours from 38 per week down to 23 per week. Can I file for underemployment? Or if I quit, would I be eligible for unemployment?

Asked on 10/14/10, 8:31 am

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William Morrison Action Defense Center
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Can I file for underemployment? No. You are 25% disabled and ineligible for benefits.

Or if I quit, would I be eligible for unemployment? No. You would be a "voluntary quit" and thus disqualified from receiving unemployment benefits.

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Answered on 10/19/10, 9:49 am

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