How to apeal and unemployment denial of claim?

I worked through a temp agency under a 3 month contract. It was renewned for an additional month. I then found a new job as a 1099 employee because I was told by my superviosr that he would not renew. After I accepted the new position the contract company offerred me a one month renewal. The claims examiner said I left work voluntarily to pursue other employment and was not eligible. any suggestions for appeal? If you can not offer a positive answer..please dont waste my time

Asked By: Michael w - 6/16/2007
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what are you going to appeal? the facts that you quit....suggestion...dont waste your time......
Answered By: DennistheMenace - 6/16/2007
Additional Answers (4)
You should move on from this one and not waste your time. You voluntarily resigned. The only time I have seen unemployment claims accepted after a voluntary resignation was Dr proven and documented illness.
Answered By: T E - 6/16/2007
if you have a job, why do you have an unemployment claim? anyway, the letter denying your claim will have all the information you need to appeal. there is a phone number, address, internet link for all of this. just read your letter.
Answered By: michellereducf - 6/17/2007
Such a determination would have been made only in the event you would have left your PRESENT place of employment voluntarily for NO new employment. Your argument of course can be you had already secured another position after you were advised by your supervisor the contract would not be renewed. You therefore left... More
Answered By: redvelvetflames4ever - 6/17/2007
The answer really depends on the procedures of the Department of Employment Security in your state. In Illinois you have been notified in writing that your claim was denied and on that same form given a procedure for filing an appeal. In Illinois you would have 30 days to follow that appeal procedure TO THE LETTER... More
Answered By: CatLaw - 6/18/2007
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