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From: ​ R odney Smith
1234 Melrose Circle
Miami, Florida 33154
[Date]
To: ​ S tate of Florida Unemployment Compensation Appeals Board
9804 Orange Blvd.
Orlando, Florida 32809
Re: ​ D enial of Unemployment Compensation Appeal
Case Number: ​ [ Case Number]
To Whom It May Concern,
I am writing this formal letter to ask that you appeal my denial regarding Unemployment
Compensation from the State of Florida. This letter, dated [Date] stated that my former
employer was contesting my compensation with the reasoning that I did not qualify for
Unemployment Benefits.
My employer stated that I originally chose to quit my job but after meeting with her to
discuss it further I was convinced to continue working there. I wish to state that this
statement is 100% false and that it is merely an attempt by my employer to get out of
having to pay for my ​ U nemployment Benefits. I have attached detailed evidence to this
letter proving this point.
My employer would give me unrealistic demands on the work I was conducting. Giving
me impossible tasks and then reprimanding me that the task was not completed on time
or to their complete satisfaction. In the attached severance contract I provided in this
letter you can plainly see that I was fired from my job and given a severance package as
compensation.
From: ​ R odney Smith
1234 Melrose Circle
Miami, Florida 33154
[Date]
To: ​ S tate of Florida Unemployment Compensation Appeals Board
9804 Orange Blvd.
Orlando, Florida 32809
Re: ​ D enial of Unemployment Compensation Appeal
Case Number: ​ [ Case Number]
To Whom It May Concern,
I am writing this formal letter to ask that you appeal my denial regarding Unemployment
Compensation from the State of Florida. This letter, dated [Date] stated that my former
employer was contesting my compensation with the reasoning that I did not qualify for
Unemployment Benefits.
My employer stated that I originally chose to quit my job but after meeting with her to
discuss it further I was convinced to continue working there. I wish to state that this
statement is 100% false and that it is merely an attempt by my employer to get out of
having to pay for my ​ U nemployment Benefits. I have attached detailed evidence to this
letter proving this point.
My employer would give me unrealistic demands on the work I was conducting. Giving
me impossible tasks and then reprimanding me that the task was not completed on time
or to their complete satisfaction. In the attached severance contract I provided in this
letter you can plainly see that I was fired from my job and given a severance package as
compensation.
The attached documentation puts everything into perspective regarding my employer’s
calculated effort to deal with this issue outside of a courtroom. This, in addition to the
unreasonably amount of tasks given and unrealistic expectations, demonstrates my
employer’s clear effort to get me to leave the company. After looking over the evidence
that I have provided, I’m sure that you will also reach the same conclusion.
The applicable form that your agency requests has been filled out accurately and to the
fullest extent of my knowledge. At your earliest convenience please take the time to look
into this situation. Thank you for having time to look over both my letter and documented
evidence provided with it. If you need to contact me, you can reach me by phone at
[Phone Number] or by email - [Email Address].
Sincerely,
Rodney Smith
[Claimant’s Signature]
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