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Okay, then how can I be denied unemployment? If I am fired for a reason that is my fault, as it would be since my employer is stating theft, then I am not qualified for unemployment. Doesn't he have to prove that insome way? Isn't that defammation of character? Just being fired alone will put me out of the industry that I work in.
So a company can fire me for any reason they want. If they use the excuse of theft and I file for unemplyment they will at first deny my claim due to my theft and then I would have to ask for a hearing at which time I would have to argue my case and they would give theirs. I would then have to wait for the unemployment board to rule before I would be able to collect any monies due to me for unemployment? Then, once it is ruled, as long as they haven't told anyone that I was being fired for theft then they would be scott free from any wrongdoing?
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