My question involves unemployment benefits for the state of: Wisconsin
I worked for employer X for almost a year when things started to go downhill I decided to look for a new job before quitting that one.
I quickly found work at employer Y making $.75 cents more an hour and having a flat rate commission of 3% vs one that was always up and down that would very on what I sold. Not to mention at employer X the heat was broke making working conditions harder and harder to deal with. It got to the point where I needed a jacket just to stand it.
After accepting my job at employer Y I put in my two weeks at employer X and left on good terms.
Employer Y and I did not work out and I got let go of within only working their for two weeks. I applied for unemployment and was told that benefits were allowed for employer Y and that they were not for X because I quit for a valid personal reason.
My reasons for quitting were
1. .75 cents more an hour
2. Warmer working conditions
3. Better commission guarantee
Why did I get disqualified and is it worth an appeal?