I could be off by a week on that, but I did attempt to file from home. During this time, I was interviewing at least twice a week and had many many phone calls with nurse recruiters. Saying something slipped my mind is very possible.
Yes, after the second time I filed, apparently, I did it incorrectly. I realized that after I didn’t receive a sealed letter recognizing or acknowledging the claim. My next move was to the unemployment office and spoke to someone on their hotline. There was a holiday in there, Presidents Day...
What is the name of your state? Arkansas
This is a continuance of my first question.
I lost my initial appeal with the department of workforce. I was unable to prove medical necessity that I missed my last 2 days of work. Do I keep appealing or just stop? They also said that I filed my claims...
I said that the days I missed were due to the same illness. I didn’t always have the money to go to the doctor, but prescriptions were called in and tests were run. I had problems the fall of 2017 and late summer 2018. That was when my attendance problems were brought to my attention.
I don’t believe that is misconduct. We can agree to disagree on that. FMLA should have been offered to protect my job. It was never brought to my attention and they have since changed their policy on it.