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What Can You Do If You Are Denied Unemployment Benefits?

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I have been discriminate at my job at delta industries, in 3 year working in there I never have any problem they didn't give me the chance to explain my situation. They didn't gave me the chance a lot of other people in the company did worse thins and they have chances and in my situation they didn't gave me a chance
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If you were curse by the doctors wife and then asked her not to curse you but then was told
that you were on thin ground the next week let go what grounds do you have and how do you
prove it?
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I worked for a daycare in a church and recently quit. Well I went to try and get unemployment and was told it was a nonprofit place and thats why I couldnt get it. How else can I get help?
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I was denied my benefits and appealed them in Tennessee. I won my appeal and wanting to know how long before I recieve my benefits?
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If you are denied unemployment benefits, you have the power to file an appeal. There is a definite time frame by which you must file an appeal. Most states give a time period of 20 or 21 states; even though this can vary in different states. When you file an appeal, it does not mean that you will be granted the benefit, but it will give you a chance to give your side of the story. Even if you were fired, you can claim for unemployment benefits, subject to certain condition. For instance, for cases like committing a felony, lying on job, stealing, failing an alcohol or drug tests, you will mostly not get any unemployment benefit. However if you were fired for committing an error or lacking the skill or competence for the job, you will still be eligible for unemployment benefits. For more information, you need to contact you state's unemployment office.
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Where can I find a template to write a letter of appeal to a determination to deny unemployment benefits

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