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Question: My son was terminated from his job for "reporting late to work". He was never given any verbal warning about the possibility of being fired until the day it happened. There were other workers at his place of employment who had, in the past, not shown up for work at all without even calling the employer and are still employed. In you oppinion is he eligible for unemployment compensation?

Answer: In order to determine if your son is eligible for Unemployment Compensation please refer to Arizona’s Department of Economic Safety website. This website will walk you through the application process and provide you information for new applicants. Unemployment issues can be very fact specific and complicated. Thus, you may consider consulting an attorney for detailed advice.

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  • My son was terminated from his job for "reporting late to work". He was never given any verbal warning about the possibility of being fired until the day it happened. There were other workers at his place of employment who had, in the past, not shown up for work at all without even calling the employer and are still employed. In you oppinion is he eligible for unemployment compensation?

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