It was not willful misconduct when a welder broke workplace rules bypushing a co-worker, because the welder’s supervisor was engaged in aplot to get him fired, the Commonwealth Court has ruled.

Although on-the-job fighting should not be condoned, the court said,the claimant’s situation with his supervisor made his case unique andsupported a petition for unemployment compensation benefits.

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