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Beschreibung des Verlags
Claimant-appellant Toland has appealed from a ruling of the Industrial Accident Board denying him unemployment compensation.
The Board ruled that Toland had voluntarily terminated his prior employment without good cause therefor. We affirm the ruling
of the Board. Intermittently and over a two year span, Toland had been employed by Carl Schneider in the woods as a sawyer. In the period
between December 16 and December 29, 1970, claimant worked eight days for Schneider. The first two and one-half days he was
paid at a flat rate of $45 per day and, during the remainder of the period, he was paid at a rate of $2.60 per thousand board
feet of lumber sawed. Toland earned an average wage of $37 per working day.