The burden of proof for Unemployment Compensation falls on which party?
I filed for unemployment because my employer was not scheduling me for work. After 3 weeks of this I filed for Unemployment Compensation. I started to collect and my employer then told the people at Unemployment that I had quit the job. This being a lie, I appealed. When I have my hearing for appeal, who is it that has the burden of proof? The employer who said that I voluntarily quit or me who says that I was not being called in for work?
Asked By: dogsguy1971 - 8/6/2009
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Unemployment compensation eligible benefit hearings are in general heard in front of an administrative law judge, this means while its formal and the testimony is under oath and recorded the law judge has wide latitude to hear both sides of the case... More
Answered By: goz1111 - 8/6/2009
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Both sides have a burden of proof. You must be able to show that you were being called then at some point your employer quit calling. He has to show that he called and you failed to respond or gave notice or phoned in and quit... More
Answered By: piegowdealer - 8/6/2009
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