Unemployment subpoena power is a real thing. In the world of unemployment, a subpoena forces a person to testify at a phone hearing. Otherwise, a subpoena can force a business or place of employment to submit documents and evidence.
Unfortunately, Applicants fail at utilizing this rule effectively because they didn’t apply all of the rule’s elements. For some, it feels like getting stuck in a spider’s web. For others, getting stuck weakens their claim for benefits.
Thus, reading Minnesota rule 3310.2914 is extremely important when trying to weigh good evidence versus an employer’s allegations.