US Unemployment Offices and Career Centers provide individuals seeking employment all the latest tools to find and keep that special job. Employers will find assistance in recruiting new employees including a national job listing network, applicant screening, and space in the centers to conduct testing and employment interviews.
If you have lost your job you can get assistance by filing your claim for Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits. These benefits are available to you if your have become unemployed through no fault of your own. Keep in mind that benefits are established by Federal law and you have the right to apply for UI benefits if you have lost your job.
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Q) How many hours do you have to have worked at your last job to receive unemployment? A) Due to the fact the each state administrates their unemployment benefit program differently and has different eligibility requirements it’s always best to visit your state website to view that information. Find Your State eligibility requirements here – http://www.unemploymentoffice.us/unemployment-eligibility-requirements-state/
Q) If I’m am newly collecting a involuntary severance for 100 of my pay will I be eligible for unemployment now or at the end of my distribution. A) If You are unemployed and collecting severance you still qualify for unemployment benefits in most states. General requirement for unemployment insurance benefits is: Have received enough wagesContinue Reading
Q) Where can I get a copy of my employment history? A) Please call or visit your local unemployment office for a print out of your employment records.
Q) My employer has put me on mandatory time off with out pay, for the last 3 weeks. Can I draw benefits? A) You may well qualify for unemployment Insurance Benefits as the General requirement for unemployment insurance benefits is: Have received enough wages during the base period to establish a claim. Be totally or partially unemployed. BeContinue Reading
Q) I am currently employed but am out on leave and about to have surgery. I am not eligible for short term disability because I do not have insurance through my work. I am covered under my girlfriends insurance and they will not pay me short term either. Can I file for temporary unemployment? A) You mostContinue Reading
Q) I worked six months in New Jersey and six months in New York. I am eligible to file unemployment in New Jersey? A) To be eligible for New Jersey unemployment benefits, you must have worked at least 20 base weeks in covered employment or you must have earned $7,300. For weeks worked in 2011, 2012,Continue Reading
Q) I work in a fiberglass shop, it’s just me, the owner and one other person, I feel like it is a hostile work environment, the boss is constantly calling us “dumb ass” and throwing things at us and yelling at us for even asking a question, I’m the only female who works there andContinue Reading
Q) I have received a letter confirming my eligibility for Unemployment Insurance, and have been filing weekly claims for the past 9 Wednesdays, but each week has been declined. I am not sure why. I filled out the direct deposit information, and I have been actively seeking work each week. A) I would suggest that you callContinue Reading
Q) Been off 18 mo had 3 surgeries 30 years working no monies filed for disabled workman’s compensation claim not pay no insurance cant hardly walk what now A) The Social Security Administration has an online service that allows you to check the status of your completed disability application. You need to allow 5 days from theContinue Reading
Q) I am an ex-offender(I served a 4-year sentence at a PA State SCI. Convicted of a felon-1 via “Guilty by Mental Illness”), I am now on 5 years state-supervised probation. I have a documented mental illness and severe hearing loss, and cannot resume the same array of business/work and/or physical/mental functions as I previously hadContinue Reading
Q) If i am currently pregnant and cannot work am i eligible for unemployment? A) Pregnancy does not qualify you for unemployment insurance benefits. In order for you to get unemployment insurance benefits you must meet your state unemployment benefit requirements – Please visit your state unemployment office website and view your state unemployment benefit requirements. General requirement forContinue Reading
Q) Can I file for unemployment in the unemployment and career center in Thousand Oaks? I have all my unemployment paperwork filled out and printed along with my w2′s A) Please call your local unemployment office (Thousand Oaks) and apply for benefits (or apply online)
Q) My wife work at a place called g****** bo***e she is a Month and half pregnant she have missed a few day from work because she be feeling sick and now they fired her for being absent can she get unemployment A) In order for your wife to get unemployment insurance benefits she must meet yourContinue Reading
Q) how do I apply for workforce investment act training for medical billing? A) The federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) offers a comprehensive range of workforce development activities through state and local organizations. The purpose of these activities is to increase the employment, job retention, earnings, and occupational skills of participants. For information on workforce investment actContinue Reading
Q) Ok ive applied an qualified for unemployment but I accidentally gave them the wrong address how can I change it? help me please A) Please call or visit your local unemployment office and request to make the address change in your benefit application. For most states you can log on to your account on your state unemploymentContinue Reading
Q) I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM WITH MY PIN NOT WORKING. I RECEIVED A LETTER FOR APPROVAL FOR BENEFITS AND IT SHOWS THEY SENT ONE CHECK THAT I NEVER GOT.IT IS MISSING AND AFTER THAT I COULD NOT WEEKLY CERTIFY ONLINE AND THE WEBSITE STATED I NEED TO CALL TO CERTIFY BUT CAN NEVER GET THROUGHContinue Reading
Q) I have given my two weeks notice at a job I have been employed at for 6 months. The reason is that the promises they made me when they offered me the position never metricized. The workplace conditions are intolerable (14 other employees have either quit or walked off the job since I have beenContinue Reading
Q) My fiance is in custody and he is assigning me as his financial power of attorney. He is behind on his child support and needs to collect unemployment so he can pay his bills a d catch up on the support. He was recently try laid off and was told he can file in July.Continue Reading
Q) I applied for unemployment and was denied because they said I didn’t make enough money in the period of which they picked up a couple days I worked at school in ky.I have worked in Ohio for the last 2 years this was the job. I was laid off from is this who I shouldContinue Reading
Q) my teaching position was paid through the church which said that they are exempt from paying into unemployment. My tax accountant doesn’t feel that this makes sense that I would be turned away from collecting unemployment. How can I collect unemployment? A) This is an unfortunate situation as generally, churches are not required to pay unemploymentContinue Reading
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