Legal question, can they now dispute my unemployment claim and would they be able to?
Bible was a source I created for myself, not required. It was typed notes, paper documentation on web site processes that I took screen shots of and then placed my hand written notes as to what each employee does on that sight, how they complete it so incase they were out sick I could assist. It really was a tool to help me know what they did. There are others out there that are over 40 years old.
I really just want to keep my unemployment, so I can look for another job without having no income during the search. I am going to hope I had enough hours in to still get the rule 85 retirement, it is from a old frozen plan, small pension of 349.00 a month, need to be employed number of years by age complied to 85
If I have a written letter from their HR Director stating they would not disallow my claim for benefits in the 1st place. (in writing they would not contest my claim) Can this one elimated bible allow them to revoke previous allowance? that is really my question
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