Daughter rejected to draw employment……please reconsider I ask as a father

unemployed_personQ) I’m the father of amber ***** ,she was rejected to draw employment she has filed an appeal she has a 18 month old daughter,she started with this company Aarons just out of high school she worked 4 years non stop and then this company wanted to stir up managers ect, she did not steal she only rented to me and her mom a living room set that her boss approved after 2 years still paying on it they decided to fire her shes never been in trouble with the law don’t dink or do drugs please during this time of the holidays she just need some time to get a decent job please help her to be able to have a Xmas and buy her daughter a roof over her head as well as pay bills please reconsider i ask as a father and as a grand father help her please have a great holiday God bless.

A) I’m sorry to hear about your daughter’s situation. I do not have access to individual case information, but I can provide general information about the unemployment appeals process.

When an unemployment claim is denied, the claimant has the right to appeal the decision. During the appeals process, a hearing is held to allow the claimant to present evidence and testimony to support their case. The appeals process can take several weeks or even months to complete.

If your daughter has already filed an appeal, she will need to attend the hearing and present evidence to support her claim that she was wrongfully terminated and is eligible for unemployment benefits. It is important that she presents any relevant evidence, such as emails or other correspondence, to support her case.

If she is approved for unemployment benefits, she will receive retroactive benefits dating back to when she first filed her claim, so she may receive benefits for the period of time between her initial filing and the appeal decision.

I hope this information is helpful, and I wish your daughter and your family the best of luck during this difficult time.

Please have her follow up with her Unemployment Appeals counselor to inquire on the decision made on her case. We hope she has a good outcome in her case and have a great holiday.

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