My name is XXXXX XXXXX I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear that this happened.
In your situation, it is likely that you would be eligible for unemployment. For one thing, you were let go for reasons other than misconduct, which typically would make you eligible. Asking for a change to work conditions
is not misconduct. Also, even if you had quit, an employee may still be eligible for unemployment if the employer makes a substantial change to the employment that would induce a reasonable person to quit. In that scenario, the employee has to make reasonable efforts to keep the job - but you did. You told them that the conditions did not work and asked them to make a change. So, you should meet that requirement. As long as you are available to work and actively seeking work, you may be able to get unemployment
Also note that, if you are not an exempt employee, and your employer did not observe all wage
and overtime requirements during the weeks that you were on call, you may have additional claims against them. An employer cannot terminate an employee in retaliation
for complaining that the employer is breaking the law
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