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  • #16
    You wouldn't and, honestly, I don't know why either. Hopefully, this is a telephone conference and you don't have to appear in person. Having said that, I'd show/call anyway; I wouldn't just blow it off.
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    • #17
      I had the same issue recently with a former employee in PA. I called the number on the notice prior to the hearing and was told the manager did not need to attend since it was for timeliness only.

      So my advice would be to call and ask. Then make a note of day/date/time and who you spoke to.

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      • #18
        Usually for unemployment hearings regarding timeliness of the appeal, it goes something like this:


        ALJ: Well, yes, I see here that you mailed/faxed the appeal on April 15th. It was to be filed before April 20th, so the appeal is therefore timely.



        *done deal*


        Employers don't need to be present for this. Although, if you're worried, I'd show up/call in for it.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by HR Chewy View Post
          ALJ: Well, yes, I see here that you mailed/faxed the appeal on April 15th. It was to be filed before April 20th, so the appeal is therefore timely.



          *done deal*

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          Or the reverse.
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