There are a number of reasons for quitting your job where benefits can be paid under an exception to the 'standard quit disqualification'. Each exception requires certain conditions be met before it can be applied but permit the immediate payment of benefits.
Many of the exceptions relieve contributing employers of liability for benefits paid based on work performed before the quit. However, this relief of liability does not apply to reimbursable employers.
The chart below includes a brief description of all current exceptions, whether the exception imposes any disqualification and whether contributing employers will be charged for benefits.
To learn more, refer to the Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance Handbook for Employers or the Handbook for Claimants.
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