Voluntary Terminations: Utah
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: Benjamin Harmon, Callister, Nebeker & McCullough
- Some employees who provide advance notice of resignation may be entitled to unemployment compensation if the employer acts hastily after receiving notice of resignation. See Notice of Resignation.
- Some employees who resign for "hardship" may be disqualified from eligibility to receive unemployment benefits if they do not make certain disclosures to the employer or otherwise try to work out their differences. See Notice of Resignation.
- Utah courts recognize claims for constructive discharge where employer conduct reaches a certain level of intolerance and the resigning employee reasonably perceives that the conduct created an intolerable working environment. See Constructive Discharge.