How does employer change mind after denying UC benefits?

by Joanna
(Stroudsburg, PA)

I have filed an appeal in the state of PA because my UC benefits were denied by my former employer. The company has since discovered that everything I claimed was truth. What does the employer do in this case?



Hi Joanna,

Care to elaborate? Were you denied for quitting or being fired?

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Jul 02, 2010
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what else to prove why i left my job
by: mary

My father was diagnose with cancer I left my job in pennsylvnia to georgia my job was very good with me using up my vacation to go back & forth till I used up all my time I asked for a leave & they said that I would have to resign but I can come back & start over i would loose my senority but i can come back my father passed in october 2009 so ive been looking for work here in Georgia online & @ the unemployment office they the unemployment people in ga tells me to file unemployment in pa i was denied i have my telephone hearing next week this is so hard because i been at that one job for 20 years and now i cant find employment ive sent in papers of my fathers illness & death certificate what other proof do I need can someone out there help me?



Always, always, I have to ask the same question to define the event.

Was FMLA an option available to you?

Jan 12, 2010
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Thank You
by: Joanna

Thank you for your response. It was very helpful

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How does employer change mind after denying UC benefits
by: Joanna

I was denied because I quit.


Hi Joanna,

And it is because you quit, that what the employer does is irrelevant to whether you can win an unemployment hearing unless they are willing to be a witness for you .. which is unlikely.

The employer did not deny your benefits. The state denied your benefits. The quit makes you responsible for proving you had good cause to quit.

Prove to the state that you had good cause to quit by proving the steps you took to preserve the employment relationship.

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