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Old 12-12-2009, 05:29 PM
 
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Thanks for providing that info, LibraGirl.

Regardless, employees only have a right to unemployment under certain circumstances.

The situation in this thread is an employee who quit working to move out of state to live with parents.

That's not a legitimate reason to collect unemployment. It's not a blind right XXXGaMeRByTchXxX initially posted.
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Old 12-14-2009, 01:56 PM
 
Location: East Coast
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The situation in this thread is an employee who quit working to move out of state to live with parents.

That's not a legitimate reason to collect unemployment. It's not a blind right XXXGaMeRByTchXxX initially posted.
Totally agree with you on that point.
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Old 12-14-2009, 02:17 PM
 
Location: Winter Garden, FL
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reading the situation makes me wonder where your referee was located - I have had nothing but failure when presenting all the proper documentation when challenging claims on unemployment.

I've had people go out on maternity leave and then file unemployment after not coming back after their FMLA was over...AND WON despite the fact that I said I would hire the person back in a heartbeat on record in front of the referee and on the taping that they do.

I had another guy with heart failure claim unemployment after he resigned for medical.

It got to the point that I lost so many of them, I just chose not to fight them anymore...

My referees were located in Bristol on Rt 413 - they were a horrible bunch to the employers...I maybe won 1 of 10 cases - it was not worth the effort to drive to them to fight them - maybe it was because of my industry (telemarketing) but those nasty refs were rotten
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:58 AM
 
Location: Lancaster County, PA
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reading the situation makes me wonder where your referee was located - I have had nothing but failure when presenting all the proper documentation when challenging claims on unemployment.

I've had people go out on maternity leave and then file unemployment after not coming back after their FMLA was over...AND WON despite the fact that I said I would hire the person back in a heartbeat on record in front of the referee and on the taping that they do.

I had another guy with heart failure claim unemployment after he resigned for medical.

It got to the point that I lost so many of them, I just chose not to fight them anymore...

My referees were located in Bristol on Rt 413 - they were a horrible bunch to the employers...I maybe won 1 of 10 cases - it was not worth the effort to drive to them to fight them - maybe it was because of my industry (telemarketing) but those nasty refs were rotten
Ironic, I won several cases while representing employers at that location. I'd love to know what kind of reasoning the referees use while making their decisions.
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Old 12-16-2009, 11:36 AM
 
Location: Winter Garden, FL
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It doesn't help that I kept getting the ref that I yelled at once...
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