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In California can teachers file for unemployment benefits during the summer?
Benefits are calculated weekly but payments are made every two weeks. Funds from the first week are kept as recourse, therefore your first paymet only includes the total amoun…t of the second week. Thereafter you will received payments worth of two weeks.
social security benefits have nothing to do with unemployment benefits in california and are not deductible from unemployment benefits
If you had enough weeks paid in and your average income makes you eligible and if the school system you worked for does not dispute your claim. I am a substitute teacher and h…ave gotten unemployment for the past two summers, but I also worked another non-school job, but I did not have enough income from my non-school job to draw unemployment alone...so the combined amounts made it possible. It's always best to apply and see what happens.
Because a teacher is technically not unemployed, because their contract says they return to work when school resumes, they would not be eligible. This is how most, if not all …states operate regarding teachers, unfortunately.
Generally speaking, substitutes can collect unemployment any day they are available for work and don't get called in. This means NOT during summer break, since there's no work… for them to be available for. If they have income other than from substituting during their eligibility period, then they may be able to collect unemployment. This is a general answer based on states I'm familiar with. I suspect, but am not certain, that it's the same in Pennsylvania. If you're just curious, that's probably "good enough." If it actually makes a difference to you, then you should contact the state unemployment office for a definitive answer.
Most likely. Filing for bankruptcy does not mean that it will automatically be granted. There is a process in which the court evaluates your debt versus your assets/inco…me. Your unemployment benefits will be calculated into this equation.
You probably won't get any protection/relief for that. First, overpayments and amounts due to most governmental agencies are given a very high priority. Second…, and more importantly, is that under almost any instance of you receiving unemployment that you weren't supposed to, it is because of your filing a claim that you weren't alllowed to, or hiding your current employment of such, all of which to collect you swore something different, and is actually able to be pursued as a fraud and crime. The agency is giving you a break allowing you to make it good. Illegal acts, like fraudulently getting UI, are not going to get any protection by the BK court.
Yes, if they were non-renewed without cause. As long as a teacher was not fired for violating a school's policies and they were non-renewed. This may also apply if they are "n…ot eligible for rehire". The wages collected over the summer are considered as savings from prior work and are dispursed in the summer for work already completed. It is best to file for unemployment following your last day of school at the end of the year.
Yes, they do.
No, because teachers are contracted to work for a year (July-June), they aren't considered unemployed.
No, because teachers are still considered employed with the school (unless they were terminated) and with reasonable assurances are expected to resume their work when school o…pens again in the Fall.
Teachers in Florida can only collect unemployment if they were let go at the end of the school year. If the teacher will continue to be employed during the next school year th…en they are considered to still be employed. Teachers in Florida typically continue to receive pay checks during the summer.
If you are under contract for next school year, no. You aren't unemployed.
States establish laws pertaining to unemployment benefits. In some states teachers are eligible to receive unemployment benefits during school breaks, other states have strict… eligibility requirements and still others do not allow teachers to collect benefits. The interested party might wish to contact their teacher's union representative or the division of state government that handles such matters in their state of residency. In Canada, it depends on whether or not you have a continuing contract. If you do, you can't draw unemployment; you are expected to prepare for it. Even if you don't have a continuing contract (but do expect work again in Sept.) there is a 5- 6 week waiting period, so it's not really worth it. I find it frustrating that the states differ. I l applied in 07 and was denied. I did not appeal. The following year, another sub told me she was getting benefits, so I applied again. This time the benefits were allowed. The following year '08, I also was able to collect unemployment during the summer. This year after being denied, I was paid for 4 weeks (the payments came the same day I sent in the appeal (go figure) then after my appeal was reviewed, the "not eligible" determination was upheld and they asked me to return the payments. I am appealing again in more detail. Nothing changed from previous years, but they now state a "reasonable assurance" reason. I did not sign a contract. I think all subs should be able to collect unemployment when there is no work during the summer and no jobs available. We go for months with out a check. We pay into this fund and should be able to benefit from it when we need to. I will return to this site to leave a comment after I get the answer from this second appeal. There is no sub representation in the teacher's union to my knowledge where I live.
Generally speaking no, though they can usually get unemployment for days during the school year they don't get called in. In some cases, they may be able to collect unempl…oyment during summer break if they had qualifying income from something other than substitute teaching. In effect, they're treated as seasonal employees, who have a reasonable expectation of being rehired once the "season" (the school year) reopens. In many cases, teachers (not substitutes) can collect unemployment during summer break. The bottom line here is that US States have different regulations regarding unemployment payments.
In State Laws
This depends on the state you work in. Generally not, because some states consider the off school season as not unemployed. You need to check with your own state for criteria.…
Can a substitute teacher qualify for unemployment benefits during the summer break in Charlotte North Carolina?
I'm pretty positive he/she cannot. I live in Trenton, NJ, and my once-aspiring unemployment hopes during the summer break are quickly vanishing.