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When Henry Rubin, a dean at Winona State University, was reassigned as a senior research associate, he became eligible for unemployment compensation after the latter job ended, as his role wasn’t a “major policy-making or advisory position,” the Court of Appeals ruled Feb. 10. (Photo: Shutterstock)
When Henry Rubin, a dean at Winona State University, was reassigned as a senior research associate, he became eligible for unemployment compensation after the latter job ended, as his role wasn’t a “major policy-making or advisory position,” the Court of Appeals ruled Feb. 10. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employee status is question of law

The court ruled that a former dean, who was reassigned as a senior research associate, was eligible for unemployment compensation after the latter job ended.

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