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I've been working in the same position for 7 years without a problem.  Now the corporate office wants us to go on a rotating shift basis.  I'm enrolled in, and already paid for, night classes beginning next week.  If I quit my job due to the new policy can I get unemployment?
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Did the company have any policy in place dictating how this type of change should be handled?  Did they violate it?  Have you explained your situation to a higher up?  Is the tuition refundable?  Can the school schedule be changed?  Are the classes related to your profession?  Immediately related to your work?

If you are approved for unemployment, you have to be available to work in order to be eligible to claim benefits.
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