A14-0947, Melissa Jungen, Relator, vs. Sanders, Inc., Respondent, Department of Employment and Economic Development, Respondent.
In this certiorari appeal, relator challenges the decision of an unemployment-law judge (ULJ) denying her unemployment benefits on the ground that she was discharged for employment misconduct -- a violation of the standards of behavior that an employer has the right to reasonably expect.. Because the ULJ did not err by determining that relator’s conduct of improper cell-phone use, poor attendance, and insubordination met the statutory standard for employment misconduct, thus rendering her ineligible for benefits, we affirm.
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