I filed a harrasment complaint against my Supervisor with our HR department HR investigated the complaint and sustanciated the claim but would not remove the person the harrasment continued to the point that it was effecting my health so I had to quit my job I am currently seeking employment am I elegiable to recieve unemployment. I am a nevada resident and have worked in navada for 6 years.
State/Country relating to question: Nevada
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