Denied Unemployment benefits due to Vol. quitting

I was a supervisor of a respite home as well as staffing for 2 other homes and providing services for numerous individuals, all with either physical or mental disabilities. I had been down 1-2 staff for 2 years which meant I was doing the work of the missing staff as well as my supervisory duties. I was about to be 3 staff down. I was working between 50-80 hours a week just doing the direct care. My immediate supervisor was well aware of the shortage. HR was aware. I was denied benefits citing ARS 23-775.1, AAC R6-3-50515.D. I am appealing this decision. I was a salaried employee. I can't prove my hours other than subpoenaing billing records I submitted monthly and DDD's records of reporting service gaps to them ( the state). I can bring witnesses. What other recourse do I have for my appeal?

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