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  • Threats and physically pushed New Jersey New Jersey

    I am a property manager. I was verbally abused and physically pushed by a resident from the community I ran. Not to mention was told to watch my back, I have pictures of your kids and I know where you leave. I called the police and inform my employer what had happened to me. I finally got in touch with my boss 3 days later and he told me that he was busy and didn't do anything. I asked for a transfer 4 days later. Again no reply. Another week went by still no reply. In the meantime I still had to go to my community to run things. After 2.2 weeks, my employer offered me a job 65+ miles from my house or to work from their local mini corp. office which is 45+ miles from where I live BUT I would still have to work for the same community where I was hit by a resident and threaten. Both are unacceptable to me. So therefore, I no longer have a job. I filed for unemployment.. will I get it? Any help with the laws here in NJ or thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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    The state will make the decision whether you get UI benefits or not. No one
    here can say definitely whether you will or will not.

    Here's a link on UI NJ

    http://lwd.dol.state.nj.us/labor/ui/ui_index.html
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