I was asked to resign from my employer. I filed for unemployment and was denied. I have now applied for an appeal and I have the phone call appeal set for next week. My employer claims that I violated company policy by discussing with a guest about my disciplinary action regarding a complaint that I was sitting on my foot. (I was the PM Concierge at the Tulsa Renaissance 4-Diamond Hotel). As small as this infraction sounds, I still denied sitting on my foot. I have explained that the discussion was an "answer" to a question from a guest. The question was, "Have you ever been repremanded". I answered that "Yes", I have, but that I loved my job and I was still new to the position and still learning. I was only in this new position for 9 weeks when my employer asked me to resign because of "trust" issues. What are my chances of winning this appeal?