Q) If I get fired can I get unemployment and if how long and what is the pay based on?
A) Unemployment benefits is there to help you if you lose your job through no fault of your own. So if you believe that you were terminated wrongfully you are entitled to apply for unemployment benefits so long as you have worked the required minim hours required by your state. If you were fired because you weren’t a good fit for the job, or your position was terminated because of the companies cutbacks, or for reasons like poor performance on the job or lack of skills, you may be eligible for unemployment benefits. Although each state uses its own formula to calculate benefits, all states use the applicant’s prior earnings in their calculations. Because unemployment compensation is intended to partially replace your income, the amount you will receive depends on how much you used to earn.
Q) What if you worked for a non-profit in a state where you don’t live and they don’t pay into the system? Are you eligible to collect unemployment ? A) Unfortunately not all non-profit organizations are required to pay state unemployment insurance taxes, only those that meet specific staffing and wage requirements. These requirements are… Continue Reading
Q) Hi, I qualified for unemployment as of January 1, 2019 – but never was able to file weekly, as the EDD side never progressed past an Error Code: AX000000 state. Their 800 number was likewise unavailable and so … I have past due unemployment I would like to file for. help! how do I… Continue Reading
Q) I filed a claim in the middle Oct and have been approved for my weekly benefits. I’m looking to attend County College of Morris and would like to know what my options are regarding what assistance I may be eligible for, if any? A) You may be able to receive unemployment benefits and go to… Continue Reading
Q) I work 2 jobs an am on a medical leave at this time. I can get some sick time paid for one but receive nothing from second job. Can i draw unemployment for second job for the 3 to 4 months i will not be working. Thank you A) Generally you are not eligible for unemployment… Continue Reading
Q) I just moved from Mississippi 4 months ago I am working a seasonal job in Fort Worth Texas and I am curious how I should file for unemployment if I can’t find another job when the job ends. Which State would pay and would the payment amount be based in the state that I reside… Continue Reading
Q) I currently work for a church full time as a preschool director. My employment with the church will end in May or June. Are people who work for a church full time able to draw unemployment? Are part-time staff able to draw unemployment A) Churches and religious organizations are exempt from paying unemployment taxes. Therefore… Continue Reading
Q) My employer is not Paying us for the 4th of July holiday can he do that? A) The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) does not require employers to pay employees for time not worked, such as vacations or holidays. Paid holidays, paid vacation, and paid sick leave are determined by the employer, or in a represented… Continue Reading
Q) Can i file for unemployment in any county.i leaved in Georgia, gwinnett county but i will like to file for unemployment benefit in Dekalb county A) You can file for unemployment benefits in any Georgia county. According to the Georgia Department Of Labor (DOL). The Unemployment Insurance (UI) program provides temporary income for workers who are… Continue Reading
Q) I received benefits last June. I have not received my form to file my taxes. How do I receive one? A) Unemployment compensation generally includes any amounts received under the unemployment compensation laws of the United States or of a state. If you received unemployment benefits during the last year, you should receive a your 1099-G… Continue Reading
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