The employeeâ€™s file should reflect the fact that the employee voluntarily quit. This is, in fact, the truth since you did not fire the worker. A voluntary quit will disqualify the worker from unemployment benefits and prevent the company from being hit with increased unemployment payments.
Hope that helps you out. =)
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