If a former employee can prove their termination occurred through no fault of their own, they can claim unemployment benefits. Terminated employees can typically claim unemployment benefits if:

      1. They have been laid off
      2. A change in the location of your office substantially changes an employee’s commute
      3. Workplace safety violations have been noted and not corrected
      4. Their duties have changed in a way that interferes with their religious beliefs
      5. Their hours or wages have been reduced by 25% or more