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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) I have been retired for nine years from a full time job. Just started working parttime for the last 4 months The company closes for 5 weeks at Christmas. Am I able to get unemployment pay> A) Yes! You are entitled to apply for unemployment benefits if you have lost your job or partially employed. However…Continue Reading
Q) I was out of work for 6 weeks due to illness (hospitalization) and my employer only has workmen’s compensation. My illness started while on vacation and continued when I returned home. Per workmen’s compensation, I do not receive coverage. Can I receive a benefit/coverage ($$) from the unemployment office for this unpaid time? I reside…Continue Reading
Q) I quit my job due to the fact about every time they checked up the register would come up short or over on cash or the charge account and the boss lady would holler and fuss but then the next day it would be found because she added something wrong and no one would…Continue Reading
Q) If a person was terminated because he was going to be off again for medical reasons can he draw unemployment A) You may want to look at applying for temporary disability if your sick and unable to work. As The general requirement for unemployment insurance benefits are: Have received enough wages during the base period…Continue Reading
Q) My husband and I moved from out of state to accept a job in Ohio. After 7 weeks, we were terminated. Our work performance was not an issue; the reason we were terminated was ‘because we were not a cultural fit.’ Since we have not worked the 20 weeks to qualify for unemployment, we…Continue Reading
Q) I am 78 years old I worked at a golf course. I was laid off for the season. I have problems with my back and hips. Do l still go out and apply for work every week, because I may not be able to do heavy work now. A) You may want to look…Continue Reading
Q) I have been out on medical leave with no pay since November 14,2014. I just started that job the end of September, taking a 20 thousand dollar a year Pay cut after being fired. So I’ve had no income for 4 weeks. Can I get unemployment during this time? I had emergency surgery and can’ go back to…Continue Reading
Q) I am currently on unemployment. It was calculated on $10,000 per month previous income. 2 Questions. First, I have a company that might want me to work 1 week per month for $3000. How would I claim unemployment for the other 3 weeks? Second, if this stopped in a few months, would my unemployment be…Continue Reading
Q) If my employee was doing layoffs and asked for volunteers for unemployment, would I be able to qualify for unemployment after accepting a Voluntary Separation Package? A) If you do accept your Voluntary Separation Package it is best to apply for unemployment Benefits as you may be eligible. You are always entitled to apply for unemployment…Continue Reading
Q) We are off for mandatory holidays week long for thanksgiving and two weeks for Christmas. Can I file unemployment for my time off? A) Yes! You are always entitled to apply for unemployment benefits if you have lost your job or partially employed. However keep in mind that The general requirement for unemployment insurance…Continue Reading
Q) I am trying to figure out if I will qualify for unemployment, but this is really confusing to me. I am a landscaper and get laid off for the winter months. I first started work out of college on May 13 2014 and will be working till about the second or third week of December.…Continue Reading
Q) Am I able to apply for my Unemployment from my home computer? A) All State Unemployment Offices now provide an online application form to claim your benefits. Please click on the links provided to locate your State online application website. Keep in mind, before you file it is always best to check with your state…Continue Reading
Q) I moved to Georgia from Michigan May 2014. I have been working in Georgia since July and I know have a medical condition that mat result in me having to get a hysterectomy. My question is can I file unemployment for the 6 to 8 weeks I would to be off from work? Also prior…Continue Reading
Q) I am 54 years old and have never filed for unemployment. Due to health reasons I am no longer able to do my job. Can I start the application process for unemployment during my two week notice? I am currently on Short term disability also. Thank you Mary A) You are always entitled to apply…Continue Reading
Q) I am a substitute teacher and I cannot work this week since I am taking care of my mother in the hospital. Can I get unemployment benefits for the time I am with her? A) Generally you may not – However, Please review your state requirements for unemployment benefits. http://www.unemploymentoffice.us/unemployment-eligibility-requirements-state/ The general requirement for unemployment insurance benefits…Continue Reading
Q) I recently retired from my job because I felt I was being treated unfairly and foreced out of the work place. I am looking for another job in the meantime; can I file for unemployment A) It may be possible that in your situation you may qualify for unemployment benefits. I would encourage you to go…Continue Reading
Q) I worked for a company in banquets for over 11 years and had to leave because of tumors on feet. This made it impossible for me to perform my job. Am I entitled to any benefits? A) You would not qualify for unemployment benefits as the general requirement for unemployment insurance benefits is: Have received…Continue Reading
Q) I work only 20 hrs a week at this place and my Boss had me stay and help her I went over 1.75 on my 20 hrs this week now she has been riding me talking down to me in front of the customers tx me that now you will work only 15 hrs a…Continue Reading
Q) Ive been worikg for a dental corp since april of 2014. Ive been jumping around office to office whenever someone needs help. I was hirred part time and ive been wprking everyday.found out from a manager that i am getting under paid and company cannot help me with gas. I drive 2 hours to get…Continue Reading
Q) I have already posted a resume through the Career Center. I need to know how to access it. A) In most states you should be able to do this on line on your state career center website. Please call your local carrier center office for assistance.Continue Reading
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