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You should still file for unemployment (and a determination as to eligibility cannot be made unless you file). In Georgia, it is possible to get unemployment if you can show that you quit your job for good work-connected reasons. In this case. you need to argue that you didn't simply quit, but were constructively discharged. That is, the work conditions were so intolerable , and your employer intentionally created or allowed this hostile work environment to exist so that it would compel any reasonable employee to quit. You can allege that the hostile environment became worse when you were moved into a managerial position, and although you tried to resolve it with your employer directly, it finally became so intolerable, you had no other choice but to quit.
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