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As a general rule, if one is let go without cause, benefits may be paid. If one resigns, benefits would not be paid. Employer does not have to accept an attempt to withhold or take back a resignation. If resignation is necessitated by fmla consideration and one can get employer not to contest benefits, employee has a good chance in filing for benefits. One may also try to negotiate for a parting severance.
Please let me know if you are satisfied.
by writing back
and if you have a follow up, write me back with that too
awaiting your reply
Yes, very satisfied so there is a chance I could receive unemployment benefits.
But best to try to get employer to cooperate
and not contest you
Have a nice evening
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I sent email to my HR requesting them not to contest my request for unemployment compensation, however got no response back