Q) If I had put in a 2 week notice at work and my employer let me go before that because she said it would not be worth the time to train me and then leave. Would I be able to draw my unemployment.
A) When you quit from your job you may not be eligible for unemployment benefits. In most situations, if you resign voluntarily you are not eligible. However, if you resign for good cause you may be able to collect unemployment benefits. Good cause could include, for example, not being paid, discrimination, unsafe working conditions, a change in your job duties, health and safety risks on the job, or some types of family emergencies.
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. After viewing the eligibility requirements you can (on some State’s Unemployment Website) file your claim online.
Accessing eligibility requirement on your state website can sometimes be time consuming so we have made that information available below. Just click on your state link for information on your Unemployment Eligibility Requirements. https://www.unemploymentoffice.us/unemployment-eligibility-requirements-state/
State Unemployment Offices
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