Appeal from the Order of Unemployment Compensation Board of Review in the case of In Re: Claim of Gerald R. Williams, No. B-245691.
William Wallen, Meranze & Katz, for petitioner.
Notice of non-participation for respondent.
Bradford J. Harris, Zimmerman, Pfannebecker & Nuffort, for intervenor, Wilbur Chocolate Company.
Judges MacPhail and Barry, and Senior Judge Barbieri, sitting as a panel of three. Opinion by Judge MacPhail.
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Gerald R. Williams (Petitioner) petitions for our review of an Unemployment Compensation Board of Review (Board) decision affirming a referee's order denying benefits. We affirm.
Our scope of review is limited to a determination of whether constitutional rights were violated, errors of
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law committed or necessary findings of fact are supported by substantial evidence. Section 704 of the Administrative Agency Law, 2 Pa. C.S. § 704.
The referee made the following findings of fact which are supported by substantial evidence:
1. For the purposes of this appeal, claimant was last employed at Wilbur Chocolate Co. [(Employer)] as a general helper at $9.55 per hour. He had worked there almost eight years and his last day of work was 9/4/84 [sic].
2. Claimant had reached a point in the employer's progressive disciplinary program that any other conduct which would constitute a breach of the employer's policies or standards of conduct which the employer had a right to ...