A just-passed overhaul of Florida's unemployment laws gives employers
the ability to challenge jobless benefits to former employees for
behavior that has little to do with how they conduct themselves at work.
The provision permits businesses to fight a worker's benefits claim
based on "misconduct, irrespective of whether the misconduct occurs at
the workplace or during working hours."
In essence, it allows the business to cite a worker's private behavior as a reason to deny benefits.
I thought the Tea Party was against big government and intrusion into people's personal lives.
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