Relator challenged an unemployment-law judge’s (ULJ’s) decision that she was ineligible for unemployment benefits because she quit her employment. Relator testified that she quit because of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. The Court of Appeals noted that, although relator complained to respondent about alleged harassment and discrimination, she did not give respondent a reasonable opportunity to correct those conditions. Instead, she refused to participate in respondent’s investigation. Respondent attempted to take timely and appropriate action, interviewing relator and other employees about the allegations, but relator repeatedly refused to provide information regarding her allegations. The Court held that the ULJ did not err by concluding that relator did not quit for a good reason caused by her employer. Affirmed.
A15-0554 Cordes v. Heartland Midwest, LLC (Dep’t of Emp’t & Econ. Dev.)