2-406 EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE
18-AT-07890-BR - During a day when he was not scheduled to work, the claimant was contacted by a manager on duty who advised he would not be coming in that day. As a result, the claimant immediately went to the workplace, where he then learned the cook would also not be coming in. The claimant went to extraordinary measures to open the store and prepare a catering order, but was unsuccessful in opening the store on time and getting the order done on time. This does not diminish the fact that he exhibited a great deal of responsibility toward the employer’s interest. As such, his discharge for failure to get everything done in time that day does not rise to the level of misconduct.
17-AT-08584-BR – The claimant, a three-year employee, was discharged for poor performance. The claimant began making errors in December 2016 due to having trouble concentrating on her work as a result of serious health concerns of her father, daughter, and nephew, as well as the recent passing of her grandfather. No evidence was submitted to show the claimant was intentionally performing poorly, or that she was indifferent to or neglectful of her duties. No misconduct found.
17-AT-03443-BR - Claimant was a 13-year employee and last worked as an Assembler. She accrued an excessive number of assembly errors in 2016 and was terminated for such. Claimant put forth significant effort at her position and performed at the required level on multiple occasions. The effort put forth by the claimant was sufficient to overcome a finding of neglect of duty. No misconduct found.
17-AT-01447-BR - Claimant’s poor work performance and habitual lateness, which she admitted having been warned about, is considered misconduct connected to the work.
16-AT-06415 BR - Claimant's discharge due to erratic attendance and performance issues was for misconduct.
15-AT-8734-UCFE BR - Claimant put forth significant effort which was sufficient to overcome a finding of neglect of duty.