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Asked on: 2/12/13, 6:22 pm

I was denied unemployment because my employer stated that i clocked in on a mobile device. This was a common practice amoung employees because we were requested to work off site. i appealed and has a case or do i

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Answered on: 2/12/13, 11:39 pm by Gregory Fidlon

During your appeal hearing, your former employer will have the burden to prove that you knowingly violated an established work rule or policy. If you can show that the policy was not consistently enforced, you may be entitled to unemployment benefits. It is highly recommended that you have an attorney represent you for you hearing. If you would like to further discuss, please call me. My contact info. is below.


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