I was denied Unemployment Insurance.
There are several reasons you might be denied unemployment insurance. The Employment Development Department (EDD) might not approve your unemployment claim if you did not work long enough, or if your employer says you quit or were fired because you did something EDD thinks is “misconduct”.
Under unemployment rules, misconduct is something that is not allowed and hurts your employer. Most mistakes that do not harm your employer are not misconduct.
If EDD denies your unemployment claim it must give you a written notice that explains why your claim was denied. You have the right to appeal and have a fair hearing before an independent hearing officer. You have 30 days to appeal from the date of the written notice.
Once you appeal, there will be a hearing scheduled to give you a chance to explain why you think you are eligible for unemployment and for a hearing officer judge to decide if EDD is right or wrong. If the judge decides you are right, the hearing officer may order EDD to pay you unemployment benefits.
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