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APPEAL FORM FOR UNEMPLOYMENT IN OHIO

by ANGELA CROSS
(BEDFORD HTS,OHIO)

I HAVE TO FILE AN APPEAL AND I NEED TO FIND THE APPEAL FORM



Hi Angela,

You can file unemployment appeals online in Ohio. Ohio is one of those states that issues an initial determination and then a redetermination.

This means that if your appeal of the determination does not provide the information the state needs to redetermine in your favor you will have to appeal the redetermination and then a hearing will be scheduled.

Here's the link to the page with the link to file an Ohio unemployment appeal.
http://jfs.ohio.gov/unemp_comp_faq/faq_appeal.stm#initial There is also addresses and fax numbers on the page.

My advice is to never mail an appeal. It's better to fax or do it online so you can get a confirmation just in case of a "timeliness" issue.

Chris

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where is appeal form for unemployment
by: bill

where is form to file appeal for unemployment went to site can't find


Bill, please see the main unemployment question page.

Jun 02, 2009
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write a letter or find a form for appeal
by: Heidi

Hi Chris,
I have written a denial letter. Should I write a letter or find a form to fill out. I will send you a copy of my letter if I can get it to go through. I am in Illinois. Please let me know what you think of my letter.

Heidi

June 1, 2009

This is in regards to an appeal for my claim for unemployment benefits following discharge from Midwest Orthopedic Center on April 29, 2009.

I wish to appeal the determination denying my unemployment benefits. I believe it to be in error because the employer?s contentions are not consistent with the incident that occurred.

First of all, I would like to say that I DID NOT take lunch two times. I took lunch for 30 minutes. I did in fact fail to punch out for lunch. When I realized that upon returning from my 30 minute lunch, I emailed my supervisor Christine and advised her that I had not punched out for my lunch break and that I had forgotten to do so. I was letting her know that I failed to punch out. When you do not punch out, the time clock will not let you punch back in from lunch. I was asking her to please punch me back in.

As far as the witness statements, no one knows what time another employee punches out or in for lunch because you must use your social security number in order to get on the time clock. Whoever said that they saw me may have seen me, but it may not have been during my lunch break, as I said, they would not know what time I had punched out for lunch.


Sincerely,


Hi Heidi,

Sounds good to me. I'm going to add this comment to your original submission because I think this is the wrong question .. not your fault, but mine because I'm having difficulty deciding how to organize all the questions by category.

Here's the link to Heidi's original question: Fired for time clock fraud.

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