If you think that you will get any kind of fairness from the georgia department of labor, board of review judical branch, when you appeal a denial of your unemployment you can just forget about it. If you point out any flaws to the board about the employers statements they will not listen to you even if you had not done anything wrong to be fired from your job all they have they will
not listen to your side of the story, the problem is they do not want to pay out any money so my mother has to appeal her case to superior court because the board of review will deny your appeals all the time.
So the best thing is appeal it superior court is the best & might help you win because you will not win with the board of reviews, they will deny your request for
reconsideration if you point out any flaws from the employer they will lie about you to just deny your appeal nobody can win with the board of review,
i just had to bring this out @ how the board of review treats people in unemployment cases they violate peoples civil rights they do not treat you fair, even if you had not done anything wrong to be fired they will still deny
your unemployment & deny your appeal so the best thing is just bypass the board of review & appeal to superior court, sense it is a waste of time to be considered from the board of review they will make you feel small & not listen to your side of the story & deny your claim all the way like how they have treated my mother!. Also, my mother didn't get wrote up for what the employer told the unemployment office, so my mother has to appeal the
decision. My, mother didn't do anything wrong she had this job for 8 months.
Also, my mother got injured on the job, & had to file a workmans comp. claim & I believe they retaliated agaisn her. It, is amazing how employers can lie about u to the unemployment office to keep u from getting unemployment, & screw with your life & here is nothing we can do about it.
My, mother is going to file an appeal & will make a complaint with the eeoc for discrinmantion the person was black who made the decision regarding my mothers unemployment.
Phenix city, Alabama