I am planning on going to unemployment office tomorrow. Do I need to prepare anything? What do I need to bring? Should I request discharge resonning from previous office in writing? Please advice.
Like I described above, I need to respond to unemployment office by tomorrow. Do I need to bring anything? Do I need to request anything from my previous office? Anything I need to prepare to bring and any advice on appeal statement. Please advice. Thank you!
Thank you for the response. I am not sure what evidence I need to bring. Only thing I have is check I given to the cafeteria. It is matter of they trust me for my mistake. Except for my words, I do not have anything other than what I have told them truthfully. By the way, my appeal date is not set. I am going to unemployment office to drop off my appeal form Any advice on how to fill out the form? You mentioned this is just administrative proceeding. I hope this is not anything which may stay in record for misconduct. I have very good reputation in the industry and don't have any bad record anywhere and hope this appeal will have any effect on my career and leave bad record. Everything seem very unfair. I paid unemployment tax for over 25year and have to go thru this process (especially it was told to me by cafeteria employee that I could take the bread. I did not think twice of taking piece of bread with my salad). I am almost getting mad for being discharged for innocent mistake. Is there anything I can do with my prior office too?
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