If an employee is fired because a medical condition, is that
considered "cause" to be denied unemployment benefits?
If you need more details to answer the question...
The former employee in question had his gall bladder removed a few
As a result the former employee occasionally gets bouts of diarrhea,
especially after a heavy lunch.
This never interfered in his ability to do his job.
Over the course of his employment, he had become ill once or twice,
and accidentally caused the toilet in the lavatory to overflow.
The head of maintenance complained, and the employee was terminated.
On the day he was terminated, his manager told him that this was the
reason for his termination.
The former employee was a temp hired through a temp agency.
The employee resides in New Jersey.
The place of employment was Bethlehem, PA.
The agency was Kelly Services.
The client company was Guardian Life.
The former employee is not complaining, or whining about his lot in
life, or playing the victim; he just wants a question answered.
He just wants to know if he is entitled to collect unemployment