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An overnight employee was found sleeping on the job several times, issued written warnings and eventually terminated for his conduct. His right to unemployment was also taken from him due to New Jersey law stating that repeated violation of work policy disqualifies an employee from receiving unemployment benefits, as the employee violated the given rules knowingly. This particular employee admitted to having received his job description for his overnight care job and still slept through his shift.

Sleeping on the Job Disqualifies Residential Counselor from Unemployment