You don't have to keep throwing in the part about someone's 'subjective opinion'. We get it. Your claim was initially denied and you're upset. It happens.WhatToDo wrote: ↑Jul 16th, 2017 3:16 pmHere is the gov/EI page that provides acceptable reasons, and what is required before someone resorts to quitting: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-soc ... t-job.html
She would (generally) have to provide evidence of her efforts to stay gainfully employed in the contract (see explanations in the link), and full justification for her actions though, eg. proof of the 'harassment' (or 'discrimination' or whatever). And then, even if she thinks she can provide that, they still might initially disqualify her (based on *someones* subjective opinion) ...
There is an appeal process (for whatever their decisions), but that is a long and stressful journey (see my prior post) too.
EI is fairly black and white and the initial decision maker was doing their job based on daily best practices. The SST is a third party entity and they can allow or deny an appeal whenever they want even if it doesn't necessarily go with what happens regularly on a day to day basis.