My question involves unemployment benefits for the state of: New Jersey
I need some advice on what to do since my unemployment insurance was denied from the claimaint AFTER I had collected money from them. Reason for them appealing - no good cause for leaving work.
I worked for this company for quite a while when I was offered a position on the grave yard shift for more money and was told by the manager at the time that it was just temporary. I accepted the position since it was only temporary and figured the extra money would be nice. I found myself in this position for over a year. Grave yard shift not a good shift for me and my health started to deteriorate due to lack of sleep, making me delirious. I explained to several of the managers that I needed to get off of the schedule quickly since after all, it was only 'temporary' and if I wasn't able to, I would have to look elsewhere. They all told me to "hang in there", they was no positions open for day shift. I waited and then they offered me 4pm-12am, I took it but that was not much help for me, it was still working nights!!! I did this for as long as I could, then left. Collected unemployment until I could find another job that was a better schedule and maybe go back to school. After collecting for almost a year, I went for an extention. Unemployment denied my claim, said I left for "no good cause" - so I appealed it.
What rights do I have.......I can't pay back 6000.00 that they are asking for????