What Types Of Evidence Will Be Useful At The Hearing?

If you have been denied because of a discharge, copies of warnings (or evidence showing the lack thereof), time sheets, payroll records, etc., might be useful. Also, witnesses to the final incident that led to the discharge can help support your claim. If the work separation was a quit, documentation such as medical reports, childcare statements, or witnesses to workplace problems are helpful.

The hearing office can issue subpoenas if a crucial witness refuses your request to voluntarily testify at the hearing or refuses to voluntarily provide documents that are necessary to make a complete hearing record.

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