You can find this packet on-line by searching for it at the Minnesota Court of Appeals website. If you are unable to locate it, consider downloading it here. It is a packet that helps applicants and employers file an appeal to the Minnesota Court of Appeals for claims related to unemployment benefits.
Reason for Termination Letter
Use this letter to seek a truthful reason from your former employer on why you were terminated. This is supported by Minnesota law. This letter specifically identifies the rule applicable to this right. However, this right is not supported by Minnesota law unless it is submitted within 15 calendar days from the date of your termination. None the less, Applicants should still consider submitting it in preparation of an unemployment appeal.
Copy of Employment File
If you no longer work and are seeking a copy of your employment and personnel file from your former employer, this form is for you. Along with directions how to use this form, this letter references Minnesota laws to support your request to receive a copy of your employment and personnel file from your former employer.
Unemployment Phone Appeal Letter
Along with directions how to use this form, this is an unemployment appeal letter designed for Applicants seeking an unemployment phone appeal.
Consider using this form to appeal a claim for unemployment benefits in Minnesota.
If your Employer has not paid your wages despite being terminated from employment, consider using this template. This unpaid wages template includes directions and references Minnesota statutes and laws to justify your request.