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Can my employer contest my filing for unemployment? Minnesota

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  • Can my employer contest my filing for unemployment? Minnesota

    I am currently out on FMLA but I have a feeling I will be fired in the near future after I return. My manager has been trying to build a case against me to get rid of me. I tried to discuss issues peacefully and was written up for insubordination despite having been respectful and calm. This is an MO they have adopted with many employees.

    If I were to get fired with, in their opinion, just cause, could they challenge my request for unemployment?

    Are there local employment consultants I could meet with to discuss?


    Thanks

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    They "can" contest you unemployment ins. request. However, the state makes the decision whether you qualify or not after you apply.
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      While you can not be legally fired because you took FMLA, you aren't "saved" by virtue of having taken it either. If your supervisor was not happy with your performance before your leave, the leave itself will not prevent your firing. It is up to the state to determine who gets benefits and either side may appeal. If you are fired for poor work performance, your chances of getting benefits are better than average.
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