yes as long it is two different people
No, you can not collect unemployment while on strike. One of the requirements to be able to obtain unemployment is that you are unemployed through no fault of your own.
Can one collect unemployment compensation if a company offers a job and on the first day rescinds the offer?
You file with the unemployment department in your state. You maybe able to do it online.
Unemployment is available to many people who have lost a job and cannot find a job. In Kansas a person has to work for one year before they can collect unemployment.
In most situations you cannot collect unemployment for termination due to incarceration. In the state of Michigan for instance, this is the one reason you can never collect unemployment. You may, however be able to collect if the charges against you are dropped, or you are acquitted of the crimes for which you are charged.
Go to the unemployment office and find out. You have to have been working for at least 6 months in order to qualify for unemployment.
I worked at a retail job for one year. I was fired for a shoplifting charge that had nothing to do with my place of employment. Can I collect unemployment
Initially, to receive benefits from unemployment you must apply and qualify for the benefits. Provided you qualify the checks will be sent to you, or you could arrange to have them directly deposited into your account.
Depending on the state, yes. One may collect unemployment from the day they filed until the day they find a job. Unemployment, if approved, is paid from the day you filed for unemployment, regardless of when you were laid off or let go.
No, you aren't unemployed. Unemployment is for people without a job and who are looking for a job.
Usually you can collect if your income is under a certain amount. However, this varies by state.