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Essential Business Employees: Rogge Dunn Gives Insight on KPRC NBC Houston Regarding COVID-19 Employment Laws

Rogge Dunn was recently interviewed during a KPRC NBS Houston news segment regarding essential business employees. During the interview, Dunn gave insight on the legality of essential businesses requiring their employees to come to work during the COVID-19 outbreak. Dunn said that essential business employees must have a legal basis for not coming into work.

“Unless you have a legal basis that allows you not to come to work, then you could be fired for insubordination and you probably wouldn’t get an unemployment insurance because they would argue its misconduct.”

– Rogge Dunn, Employment Lawyer at Rogge Dunn Group

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