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According to the Handbook in the Related Link below, unless you were released for a disqualifying reason, you had to earn wages of more than 10 times the weekly benefit amount (from your most recent employer) or earned those wages in at least 2 quarters of the first 4 of the last 5 complete calendar quarters of the base period, of your total work history.
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Usually 6 months. Depends on the local law.
How long must you work on a job to receive unemployemt benefits in CA
As soon as you become unemployed, you should file for unemployment benefits. It takes time for the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) to process your claim and …calculate your benefits. If everything is in order, you should receive your first benefit check within 2-3 weeks of filing.
I think a min of 6 months perferd 1 year or more
In Illinois, you have to work for your employer for 30 days in order for that employer to be chargeable for unemployment benefits in the event you become unemployed. Whether o…r not you are eligible for benefits is up to the Illinois Department of Employment Security to determine. The question is whether you earned at least $1600 in the "base period" (the first 4 of the last 5 completed calendar quarters). You also had to earn at least $440 outside the quarter with the highest earnings. See the Related Link below for more information.
Because of the complexity of your question, you should check out the "Claimant's Handbook" of Georgia in the Related Link below.
They consider the first 4 of your last 5 quarters (15 months). You had to work in at least 2 of those quarters. Depending on your earnings, the benefits range from $59 to $406… per week. See the Related Link below for more details.
Yes your unemployment benefits will be taxable income in Georgia on your federal 1040 income tax return the first 2400 of your unemployment compensation that you received in t…he year 2009 will not subject to the federal income tax return.
Because each state sets its own requirements for eligibility, in terms of income earned, time worked, and reasons for unemployment, you need to check with your own state's emp…loyment security office for details.
Can you get Unemployment Benefits in Kentucky if you come back to work after being on Long Term Disability and company filled your position and terminates you?
Because Kentucky looks at the base year (the first 4 of the last 5 completed calendar quarters) for qualifying, if your long term disability were before that you might not be …eligible. Check with the state's employment security office.
Sorry, but you can only collect unemployment benefits if you was hired by a company full time and the company laid you off for no reason. Temps are people who only works at te…mp agencies or recruiters. They never worked at a company and was never on their payroll so how can they collect. Temps are on-call and only will call the worker if they have work which is occasionally so not qualified.
This would depend on the state you work in. In most states, if you qualified for long term disability, you could not be eligible for unemployment because, among other things, …you have to be ready, willing, ABLE, and actively seeking full time employment.
Can you receive unemployment benefits if the company you work for is not paying you and you qiut your job because they are not paying you?
U should be able too if their not paying u but their arre certain circumstances
You have to have earned qualifying wages in 2 of the first 4 of the last 5 complete calendar quarters. In addition there are earnings requirements. For full details see the Re…lated Link below.
No, you are not currently able and available in your regular work area and would be unable to be in work right away if offered employment.
In State Laws
The terms and conditions for eligibility vary with each state. Generally, they look at the first 4 of the last 5 completed calendar quarters and it can be a "blending" of all …your work history in that base period.