I wasn't fired and didn't quit so why am I denied benefits? Minnesota
6-9 months ago, I spoke with my Manager about possibly pursuing other careers outside the company and expanding my sales/project management to other industries. I had a good record with them. She supported me. As time grew closer, I couldn't find employment and requested to continue working for the company. They gave me an end date in Dec but stated I could possibly do some ad hoc work in Jan and Feb (which never occurred). I found myself needing unemployment. I was denied. I didn't quit, I didn't get fired, there is no misconduct ... I don't understand.
I don't believe you've given the details here that would allow an answer because all I have is questions.
1. What did the determination state as the reason (including the statute)you were denied unemployment?
2."As time grew closer, I couldn't find employment and requested to continue working for the company." What does this mean? It sounds like you did give notice of quitting and tried to rescind it.
3. If you didn't quit and you didn't get fired .. what exactly was the relationship between you and the employer? In other words, how were you paid?
Did they withhold taxes from your wages .. did you have some type of employment contract. When did you last perform work for this employer?