Two little questions about unemployment:
First, are there any reasons someone could be fired and then be refused unemployment? Or combination of reasons?
Secondly, how is unemployment pay computed? I'd imagine it would be based off of the paychecks the person was getting, but do they consider the past? I mean this - if someone recently reduced their hours at a retail job, and then was fired, would they get unemployment based on their normal pay over the last quarter, or their lower pay based on the last few weeks?