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I was found to have a good cause my job and my employer

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I was found to have a good cause for quitting my job and my employer didn't answer them in a timely manner, I have been receiving benefits since 5/26/2016, now my employer has request an appeal, they are saying that i quit because I got married in on march 19, that they feel that I quit because I was financially secure and wanted to stay home with my new husband (we have been living together for ten yrs now) and grandchildren, I also found out by one of my co-workers ( who I had put down as a witness ) that she was called to my office manager's office and one of the drs spoke t her, so she tod me that she had to be very careful on what she said ti me but that she new that what the office was stating was not true and for me to keep fighting my claim
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Dwayne B. replied 5 months ago.

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