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State agencies investigate applications for unemployment benefits with appeals possible. Checking on an appeal is a straightforward process. Read the paperwork sent to you about the appeal. The state usually sends an official letter of determination by mail, confirming the appeal.What to expect in an unemployment hearing?
An unemployment hearing is conducted when an employer contests a former employee's right to unemployment benefits. During the hearing, both the employer and the employee have the opportunity to state their positions, and the hearing judge will ask followup questions of both parties and any witnesses who are present.Why was I denied unemployment?
When an employee's claim for unemployment is denied, it's usually for one of these reasons: The employee quit voluntarily, without good cause. The employee was fired for serious misconduct. The employee didn't meet the state's earning and work requirements.