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Employer fighting your right to receive unemployment compensation benefits

Employer Fighting Unemployment Benefits Probably the most common techniques a company tries to be able to fight the former employee’s claim for unemployment compensation insurance is arguing whether the employee had been terminated as a result of misconduct. Misconduct within the context involving unemployment compensation benefits insurance law is being familiar with its accepted definition […]

Unfair job changes forcing an employee to quit or be fired

Unfair job changes forcing an employee to quit or be fired An employee claimant filed a court case concerning a claim for unfair and constructive discharge by an employee who alleged that his employer imposed a new job description on him and he alleged that his terms of employment was substantially modified by such changes […]

Employers overworking employees forcing them to quit after medical problems occur

Employers overworking employees forcing them to quit after medical problems occur Do you keep track of how many hours you are working per month?   Many people who feel overworked simply quit when they have had enough and feel like nothing can be done. In reality the employer might be breaking state and federal laws […]

Pre-employment background checks preventing you from getting hired and qualifying for unemployment

Pre-employment background checks preventing you from getting hired and qualifying for unemployment Employment background checks have become increasingly regular these days. The reasons for this include the fact that negligence hiring lawsuits that result from the actions of an errant employee can damage a company‚Äôs credibility and lead to hefty fines. Employment background record reviews […]

Do Not Let Your Employer Make You Quit If You Want to Collect Unemployment Benefits

Do Not Let Your Employer Make You Quit If You Want to Collect Unemployment Benefits Some employers become frustrated with the unemployment system and believe that it is easier to prevent a claimant from collecting benefits if they can force the employee to quit rather than having to fire them. Your boss or supervisor will […]

FREE Unemployment benefits appeal hearing guide Secrets to Winning

FREE Unemployment benefits appeal hearing guide Secrets to Winning FREE Unemployment appeal hearing guide Secrets to Winning. This information is directly out of the unemployment hearing officers own training manual. It contains the secrets the agency and employers do not want you to have. Get this now before they shut it down and make it […]

FREE Sample Unemployment Appeal letters

FREE Sample Unemployment Appeal letters We offer multiple FREE samples of unemployment appeal letters you can use if you have been denied benefits. Simply signup for our newsletter and you will be directed to our exclusive area only available to our newsletter subscribers. Note: Please enter your correct email, it is where the Password to […]

My employer agreed not to fight my unemployment so why did the claim go to an adjudicator?

My employer agreed not to fight my unemployment so why did the claim go to an adjudicator? When an employee is fired or must quit for work sometimes HR will tell the employee they will agree to let the employee have unemployment benefits. First, it is a myth the employer controls if you receive benefits. […]

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Protected: Sample unemployment appeal letter when you have been denied unemployment insurance benefits

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