Supreme Court of New Mexico.
The Supreme Court, Sosa, J. Williams, Lovington, for defendant-appellant. Richard Baumgartner, Joseph Goldberg, Albuquerque, for plaintiff-appellee. On June 12,Mrs. Mitchell applied for unemployment compensation benefits. Mitchell from seven weeks of benefits pursuant to s BN.
On July 24,Mrs. Mitchell filed an appeal. Mitchell on August 28, The Commission overruled the Appeal Tribunal and reinstated the seven week disqualification period. Mitchell then applied for and was granted certiorari from the decision of the Commission to the District Court of Bernalillo County pursuant to s KN.
From the judgment of the District Court, the Center appeals. The issue before us is whether Mrs. After approximately one year on the job in addition to her normal duties she also served as a relief medications nurse two days per week.
On June 4,she was terminated. The testimony concerning the events leading up to her termination that day is somewhat contradictory but basically is the following. Mitchell arrived punctually to work at three p. The director of the Center, Mr. Smith, questioned her about why she was already filling in her time card.
Mitchell then became defensive and stated that she had supported him when the Director of Nurses, Mrs. Mary Stroope, sought to have him fired as director.
Stroope, in the vicinity, overheard this comment, denied it, and called Mrs. At various times during this exchange Mrs.
Mitchell referred to Mr. Smith told both to go into his office.
It’s Burger Time, Inc. v. New Mexico Department of Labor Employment Security Department, Board of Review, and Lucy Apodaca, P. 2d 88 (). Facts: Lucy Apodaca was employed with It’s Burger Time, Inc., and during her time of employment there were no . Jan 16, · decided that Apodaca was ineligible for compensation. Apodaca appealed to Words: — Pages: 4 Billie j. Rodman - Unit 5 Assignment Review and Lucy Apodaca P. 2d 88 () receiving benefits. The case that will help us the most is Claim of Apodaca, P.2d 88 (N.M. ). I believe this case will be successful. FACTS Natalie Attired was employed as a waitress at Biddy’s Tea House and Croissanterie located in Truth or Consequences, NM beginning in May
Stroope apologized to Mrs. Mitchell for calling her a liar and Mrs. Mitchell apologized for saying that Mrs. Stroope had circulated a petition to replace Mr.
However, tempers soon flared again and Mr. Smith resolved to fire Mrs. Mitchell then demanded her check. Mitchell counters that the prior acts of misconduct should not be considered. The alleged acts of prior misconduct are the following. On April 2,Mrs. Mitchell went to work at the Center out of uniform she wore gold pants rather than navy blue.
On that day the Federal Regulation Inspectors visited the Center. Mitchell stated that she did not know that the federal inspectors would be there that particular day. The Director of Nurses reprimanded her and told her to go home and to change into the proper attire, which Mrs.
Mitchell refused to do.
The following day Mrs. Mitchell again came to work out of uniform but this time she was directed to go and did go home to change. On May 24,Mrs. Mitchell was switched from medications to the floor routine.
Mitchell refused to give medications, even though the charge nurse and Mrs.The case that will help us the most is Claim of Apodaca, P.2d 88 (N.M.
). I believe this case will be successful. FACTS Natalie Attired was employed as a waitress at Biddy’s Tea House and Croissanterie located in Truth or Consequences, NM beginning in May Open Document.
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