Customer: An appeal (now at the judicial level) regarding my involuntary decision to resign from my teaching job. I continue to be disqualified for unemployment benefits
because "The Board concludes that the Appeals Referee properly and correctly applied the Employment Security Law to the facts found..." However, what didn't occur was the fact that my administration (principal) was not part of ANY process during the appeals process. I need to know...ask if the fact that the principal was not part of the original appeal hearing constitutes a legally significant flaw in the process. I assumed she would be part of the hearing; instead the Director of the HR Dept acted as the representative from the school district and knew nothing about what I addressed concerning a closed door meeting where my principal and asst principal presented me with my "Letter of Intent". My principal let me know that I was to read it over carefully and she indicated that when she would submit her list to HR at the end of the year in reference to those she requested/recommended to return that there was no guarantee that I would be on the list. Please know during my second meeting with her...I was crying...I asked for another ***** *****-no comment from her. I mentioned to her (even though she knew) that I had just moved my kids with me to the area and that I had just purchased a townhome-no comment. Only one other teacher was presented with the "Letter of Intent" in a closed door meeting...he resigned, too. All other teachers were called up by teams to meet in the conference room with the principal...to walk in, sign their letters, and move on with their day. So, when I discussed my closed door meeting the HR Director representing the school system had no direct knowledge of what transpired in your meeting with the principal.
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: My name is ***** ***** who ***** ***** is...sorry! :)
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Customer: I'm willing to wait if I can be advised as to what I should do regarding resubmitting my appeal, again, in North Carolina at the Judicial Level, do I have a ***** ***** by pointing out that my principal was not involved; thereby, not allowing me to ask her questions at my hearing or to have the Appeals Referee ask her questions regarding my involuntary resignation and what are the chances that the current decision may be overturned. Thank you, Beth
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