Unemployment told me I had no benefits left on my claim which was not true
I live in New Jersey and took a job after I was told I was not entitled to anymore benefits, which was a mistake on unemployment,they misprinted the year on my paper work, I was entitled for 1 additional year. Because of this I started working as a bartender making extremely low income and it cost me as much in travel expense as well as day care to stay working as a bartender. I was promised to make 4 times more money then I was actually making. I was losing money after it was all said and done.I decided to quit after 2 weeks working because of these reasons. The employer said to unemployment that I said the job was not suitable, which is totally false. I was denied my unemployment because of this. How could I tacticfully pursue this issue?
Why don't we start with what you told the unemployment department was the reason you quit the job.
Remember it is you that quit and it is you that has the burden of proof to show you had a valid reason for quitting and that that reason is valid per the unemployment department.