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    I was "let go" from my last employer of two years and was not given a reason. When I asked "why?" my boss at that time just shrugged her shoulders and said "It's not working out." I applied for unemployment benefits, received a letter of eligibility and my weekly rate. I received a check for one week only and then "Nothing!' Now I have to wait for an interview to "resolve eligibility issue." I know my last employer did not like me and is trying to tell unemployment I did something wrong so I don't receive benefits. I did not sign anything at time of termination, nor was I given a written or verbal warning about anything that might have happened. What are my rights?

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    Your rights are to wait for the interview & then answer all questions truthfully.

    I see nothing illegal or wrong done by your employer based on your post. You don't have to be given any prior warnings prior to termination or sign anything re the reason for your termination unless you would have a binding employment contract or CBA to the contrary.
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