Q&A: Veteran Dallas litigator examines situations DFW employees may face as state opens back up
Published May 7, 2020
What happens if individuals on unemployment benefits do not search actively or refuse a job or decide not to go back to work if the employer’s business reopens?
Generally, an employee becomes automatically ineligible for unemployment benefits if they are offered a job and turn it down without good cause. As of April 30, the Texas Workplace Commission has outlined scenarios in which a worker would have good cause to refuse to return to work and still maintain unemployment benefits.
Read the entire article in the Dallas Business Journal.