What are my chance's of getting unemployment if i was fired for talking unfavorably about my boss off the clo?
I live in a right to work state. I was over heard aphorism i had a horrible boss and i could do the job better. At the end of my work week i be fired and told i really hadn't been a teamplyer for the past few weeks. I later hear for the unempolyment office that she said her friend over heard me. I was past its sell-by date work in a casual setting. And i had worked at hand for 3 years.
Given that the unemployment benefits offices are way at the rear in paperwork, I'd apply immediately. They probably have no model you were let go.
find a new available job
within an"at will" state, your employer can fire you if you wear a bow in your hair and he does not like it. you are at their will if they consent to you work or not. you may have trouble getting unemployment since with your statement, even though it be said not in the workplace, but through a co-worker, was explained to you that you are not a team player, will most feasible be shown as insubordination as your reason for being fired. insubordination does not qualify for unemployment. proverb you have a horrible boss happens to a lot of us, but stating you can do the post better was the clincher. in the future, you will revise never to repeat something that will come back to haunt you. right now, i suggest you form a list of all the things you did right while there. also anything glum about the other worker. if you can dispute you were there 3 years and if they can solely show that this was a problem for 3 wks could be in your favor. do you have moral reviews or paperwork? my daughter was in the same almost transposable position. she appealed it and won; but;;;;;;;;;;;the reason she did was that her prior employer gave up and did not barney. but if they do, you could lose. good luck
YOU WILL GET UNEMPLOYMENT, BUT IT MAY TAKE A FEW WEEKS. CALL THE UNEMPLOYMENT OFFICE AND GET STARTED
Insubordination is probably for cause. I'm betting it's about 60-40 against you getting it.
Normally, an employer can fire a person for any reason, bar race, age, religion, etc. If you have not filed already, DO FILE. Most imagined you will be granted benefits. If you are, your employer will probably appeal the decision. There will be a hearing, usually a phone hearing next to you, your employer, the judge and any witnesses. Even if the friend of your boss is a witness at the hearing, and you admit to what you said, I believe the inital determination of benefits will be upheld. We hold FREEDOM OF SPEECH in this country...including while we are "off the clock".