Eligibility for New Jersey Unemployment Compensation Benefits: Voluntary Quit or Leaving Work Voluntarily Without Good Cause Attributable to the Work

An individual, who voluntarily leaves employment, quits or resigns for personal reasons or without good cause attributable to the work, is ineligible to apply for or receive New Jersey Unemployment Compensation benefits. However, if the individual can demonstrate that they had “good cause” to leave the job, quit or resign, they may be eligible for benefits. A New Jersey Unemployment attorney or lawyer should be familiar with the applicable laws, rules, regulation sand cases to provide you with advice and counseling to determine whether it could be argued that your separation was with “good cause” that should entitle you to New Jersey unemployment compensation benefits. It may be important to seek the advice of a New Jersey Unemployment Compensation attorney or lawyer with respect to determining whether your qualify for New Jersey Unemployment Compensation benefits.