Oregon Unemployment Denial Hearings: Five Steps to Help you Prepare.


You’ve lost your job in Oregon and were forced to apply for unemployment benefits. You have received a few weekly checks, are passionately looking for work, and find a letter from the Employment Department in your mailbox. The letter states that an investigation by the department has concluded that you were terminated by your work for misconduct, or that you voluntarily left without good cause and your benefits have been denied / terminated. If you wish to contest the decision, you can do so via a telephone hearing. You appeal the decision and receive your date and time. Now what?

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