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    Have been reading the post about the employee filing against wrong company, and was wondering how an employee could provide the wrong information as to which company they worked for if they had copies of pay stubs and W-2's. Just seems odd.
    So if the employer does file an appeal, what is the next step? Would they be likely to dismiss the claim and have the employee file against the correct company?
    Last edited by FL worker; 04-10-2009, 10:08 AM. Reason: didnt post to correct thread

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    It didn't appear that it was the employee who made the error. The state doesn't ask for documentation unless someone complains.

    If a protest/appeal is filed, either there is a (normally) telephone hearing with both parties and a hearing officer. If it's strictly a matter of law, the determination can be affirmed without a hearing. Depends on the circumstances.

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