I Fire Bad Employees. Why Do I Have to Pay for Their Unemployment Benefits?

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I’m tired of having people get unemployment benefits when I fired them for being bad employees. Stealing, lying and coming in late — it doesn’t seem to matter. What can I do to make sure people don’t get unemployment payments? Can I document better?

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