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does this case prove "good cause" in the state of north carolina

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being demoted from current position due to availability and new manager, had job for the previous 4 months(which I received a large raise 11 to 16.75 an hour) and denied another job they also say they want open availability that I held for the previous 2.5 years. .now they want me to go part time, (not greater than 29 hours, decrease my pay 40% and decrease my benefits) They want me to sign a paper that states I voluntary stepped down and understand I will be part time with decreased hours and much reduced pay to 10.40 an hour. Although the previous manager knew of my restricted availability she is now denying saying she thought my restrictions were temporary although I have numerous associates and managers that know the conditions in which I was offered and took the job. If I quit do I have good cause to collect unemployment from this company. I have worked for them for 15 years and never had a write up, and only great appraisals. I feel if I take part time they only have to offer me 6-8 hours a week. Do I have a case for unemployment in the state of North Carolina. thank you
asked May 8, 2014 in North Carolina by anonymous

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Firstly,you can claim UI benefits if you are working part time for the min hours not worked in a week.

Secondly,if you decide to resign and look for a new job,then the eligibility may become challenging.
answered May 8, 2014 by Adrian (23,840 points)

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