I will try to keep this as brief as possible.
I worked for ("dept. store"). I was fired for something that honestly was not my fault. When I was fired, I did not sign a separation notice because they did not give me a separation notice. I have since talked to 4 out of 5 people who have been fired in the past 6 months and each one signed their separation notice right after they were told they were fired. I found out via the internet that in the state of Tennessee, law requires an employer to provide a separation notice to an employee within 24 hours from the time they were terminated. This has not happened.
(Employer), as most people know, is notorious for shady dealings and questionable practices. (which is all true by the way) I know for a fact that I will be turned down for unemployment and I also know I will fight it because I have an outstanding case for this being a issue of retaliation. My question here is, since (Employer) did not provide me with a separation notice, and at the time of this posting, I still haven't got it in the mail, if I ever get it in the mail that is.. will that effect the ruling of my unemployment when I fight the fact that they denied it? Clearly, (Employer) is in violation of Tennessee law that much is plain to see.