California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
I only need a helpful Appeal letter pertaining to severnce pay denial that would be very helpful to make more sense than I can do because I am not attorney. Letter would be best to just let me know whatever any helpful information you have on appeal of severance pay denied because I could not find the paperwork that they original gave me and refuse me because I missed their date of August 14th to submit.
I need information for submitting an Appeal Letter about severance pay I was denied by my company because it was not submitted on time I had no paperwork I could find before August 14, 2011 and the date that they say requested (August 14, 2011). They have requested I file Appeal to the Corporate Offices to see if they consider accepting my Appeal letter. Can you give me any help anyone that knows what I am looking for to submit to Corporate Offices. My company is big 120,000 employees so I am looking for a letter that is more professional than I probably would be able to submit.
I would really appreciate some help about what is knowledgeable and usable.
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