What would you like to do?
This would depend on the laws of the "liable" state (responsible for your claim against a business in that state). As most states require active job searching, it may depend on length of departure, qualifying job locations, etc. Check with the unemployment office in your state for particulars.
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In the US in most locations yes you can. Though it depends on your exact circumstance. You cannot draw FOR maternity leave. This link in the Related Link below will go throu…gh all the instances where you can and why as well as when you can't and why for most states. Unemployment insurance is intended for people who lose their jobs. Many employers will hold jobs open during maternity leave - meaning you probably will be denied. If your employer does not hold your job open, then you would have a legitimate claim. Short term disability insurance is intended to replace your income during maternity leave, not unemployment insurance.
Maternity leave is permission by your employer to not attend work but still be paid because you are pregnant or looking after a child. Obviously if you are unemployed,… you do not have a job, therefore the question of whether you can get leave from it is irrelevant.
In certain circumstances, you may be able to work limited $hours while on unemployment. If your unemployment counselor does not inform you of this option, be sure to ask… the question. yes...they deduct the amount you earned from your unemployment check..
Each state has its own criteria for determining eligibility regarding things like medical leave. Generally, you have to be able (among other things) to go to work, which you m…ight not be. If your situation is work related, you might qualify for Workers Comp.
In Florida, you cannot receive unemployment if you quit your job. You receive it if you are laid off, not if you quit. I assume that is true of other states but unemployment s…pecifics vary from state to state.
Unemployment is set aside for workers who lose their jobs due to economic reasons. Maternity leave is a health related issue. The best way to cover your maternity l…eave is to purchase short term disability insurance before getting pregnant. Your maternity leave will be a covered benefit.
Yes, in most cases, especially if it is an approved course/institution. Bear in mind, you still have to initially qualify for benefits with a work history, etc. and need to co…mply with the requirements of seeking full time employment, etc., which is generally hard to do if going to school full time and during the day.
Yes, altho the amount of UIB might put you over the Medicaid income limit.
That portion of your pension that you had contributed to is not deducted from your unemployment compensation. That which is contributed by the employer is.
You can be brought up on charges of fraud You are allowed to work in most, if not all, of the states as long as you report it and understand the earnings will be deducted fro…m the benefits by a formula (each state has their own protocols in this regard). This is normally called 'partial unemployment benefits' meant to subsidize substandard earnings. The states want you to work, even if it is part time or temporary, until you can work full time. You still have to search, etc. for that full time job.
You really should not cheat the system like this and to have a dual income based on self employment and unemployment is illegal. Unemployment insurance is a program that provi…des workers who lost their jobs with a weekly income during times of unemployment. The program is run and funded by both state and federal taxes paid by employers. So if you are working then the purpose of the unemployment benefits have been satisfied and you need to report your change in status and should no longer be receiving benefits from the state and your former employer.
In Business Law
No. Your question implies you did not lose your job through no fault of your own, but that you would be returning to your job.
In State Laws
You receive unemployment benefits, if you qualify for them by, among other things, being willing, able, and actively seeking full time employment. Private retirement funds you… may receive, while not retired, is addressed by the individual state's unemployment offices.
In State Laws
You can get unemployment as long as you qualified to receive them and continue to comply with the requirements while you're on it.
Yes, you are still entitled to receive child support even if you are receiving unemployment.
No, because, among the many requirements to receive those benefits, you must be actively seeking full time employment which, for obvious reasons, you can't do while incarcerat…ed.