Category: Employment Law

If I quit a McJob, because it sort of stank, does that make problems for my unemployment benefits in Maryland?

Maybe. I am not your lawyer, and don’t want to appear to give you legal advice or inadvertently give you, as a non-client, advice. Quitting any new job before or while you are on Maryland unemployment – even one that you don’t value or think is “for you” – may be a “voluntary quit” under

Employer Handbook Blog – a worthy read

Management-side employment attorney Laura Rubenstein, Esquire of Maryland regional firm Offit Kurman alerted me (and her other Twitter followers) to the Employer Handbook Blog from attorney Eric Meyer, Esquire, of Dilworth Paxson of Philadelphia.  Very sharp looking blog with useful, timely content on employment law from a management perspective.