I was recently disallowed my unemployment claim, and need to file an appeal.
The decision states that I was discharge for "poor job performance", "failure to discharge the duties for which employed".
I'd like some pointers on how to write the appeal so that I can be paid on my claim.
Let me state for the record:
For the year that I was employed by this Fortune 100 company, I did not have a supervisor in my department for approximately 6 months.
The business had doubled in volume during that year. The accounts given to me were more extensive (all at least twice as much work) than any other accounts, and yet I had the same quantity of accounts as other employees in my same department, and at least 3 different re-alignments of my accounts within that time.
My job was in direct relation to the performance of other employees, which was, in my opinion, extremely poor.
I worked harder, and more hours than any other employee in my department.
It is also my opinion that the management of the company was ineffective, thus causing the difficulties that affected my ability to properly perform my duties.
Before I moved to this state, I was the operations manager of a very successful business, due to my superior abilities in customer service and office management.
I feel that this is just another case of David and "corporate" Goliath - -, and would like some tips on how to win this appeal...
Any questions or comments are welcomed...