Can you collect unemployment if you were fired for falling asleep?
It depends on what your state's unemployment laws are regarding reasons for termination. If your work was very serious in that sleep would be very harmful/dangerous (i.e. asleep at the controls of a train), then the employer would be justified.
In most cases, a person can not draw unemployment when they were fired for falling asleep. To draw unemployment, a person needs to be fired for doing the job incorrectly, or job performance. You should still file for benefits and see if you get approved.
Working in child care and you were fired due to falling asleep just before bedtime can you draw unemployment?
You cannot draw unemployment if you were fired for this reason. In most cases if you were fired, you will not be able to draw involved.
hello Can you collect unemployment in Texas if you were fired?
If you were fired for a violation of company policy can you still collect unemployment insurance in New York?
if you were fired for a company policy can you still collect unemployment in new jersey?
If you have only been threatened with terminated, you cannot collect unemployment. If you have been fired, you can apply for unemployment benefits and they will determine if you are eligible for benefits.
if you are fired while on disability can you collect unemployment?
Yes and no. If a college student is working and gets fired or layed off then they can collect unemployment. If they are not working then no they can't collect unemployment because they have no job to collect it from.
To draw unemployment you have to lose your job through no fault of your own. That means you cannot collect unemployment if you quit your job or get fired. However for example you get laid off then yes you can draw 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
Unless you can show that there was no legitimate reason for getting fired then that will serve as a bar to your attempts to collect unemployment
You can collect unemployment is you are fired from you job. You age doesn't matter when it comes to unemployment.
In North Carolina, you can generally only collect unemployment benefits if you are terminated through no fault of your own. If you are fired, most of the time you cannot collect unemployment benefits.
If you were fired because of mental illness, then you should collect disability insurance, rather than unemployment insurance, and it lasts much longer.
If you are fired, yes.
Generally you can if you were fired through no fault of your own.
Yes, unless you were fired for gross misconduct.
o hy you got fired to bad for you haha
You have to be a resident of the state where you apply for unemployment. They will contact the company you were fired from (wherever it was), and it will go on from there.
No, an employee who was fired for not following the companies policies cannot collect the unemployment benefits. This is because such an employee is usually deemed to have violated such terms.
Can you collect unemployment if you have been fired for being on disabilty after the disability benefits end?
The answer to can you collect unemployment, as in is it possible, is yes. As to your particular case, you will need to go to the unemployment office and discuss it with them.
Yes, if the firing was for no fault of your own.
In most states in the United States unless under an employment contract, you can be fired for any reason at any time. If you are fired with cause you are inelegible for unemployment whereas if you are fired without cause you can collect unemployment. If you have a doctors note to prove that you were sick, you were fired without cause. You should be able to collect unemployment. It might however be necesary to appeal… Read More
You cannot collect unemployment in another state that you weren't working in. Most of the time you cannot collect unemployment if you were terminated. This is particularly true in an at will state like Ohio.
No. You QUIT the job. To get unemployment you have to be fired.
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.
you always have the option of armed robbery
That is a ruling or ruling that only the unemployment commission can make.
You usually cannot collect unemployment if you are fired or receive severance pay in any way. It depends on the situation and why you are receiving severance pay.
Can you collect unemployment for quitting a job due to power failure on a train that causes you to be late and your on a final warning for attendence?
you can only collect unemployment if you were fired not if you quit. They will call your employer to verify.
When a person is fired for valid reasons he or she is not generally eligible to collect unemployment benefits.
--If she got layed off or fired---I see nothing wrong about collecting unemployment
Under normal circumstances that is a disqualification. No you can't.
No, you cannot.
If you were fired for just cause, as determined by the state, no. Otherwise the state would decide if you were eligible.
The things that can get you fired include subordination, late reporting, and any other indiscipline behavior.
If you abandoned your job, it was a voluntary act that you were responsible for. You could not collect under those circumstance.
Yes. You could collect if you were fired or laid off. Another answer: There ARE other reasons you can collect UI, besides being fired or laid off, but yes, you can collect if the state finds there was not sufficient justification for your employer firing you. it would depend on the reason you were fired but if they decide you are not entitled to job seekers then you can apply for hardship fund
It depends on the reason they fired you. If they were justified, then merely being in the hospital does not shield you from a legal action. However, if you fired for merely BEING there, it may be a different issue that the unemployment investigators would have to sift through.
Yes, if you were fired through no fault of your own. A state investigator will determine if there was justification in your being fired, and if so, in that case you would not be eligible.
Typically only if the charges are dropped or you are acquitted.
Yes, unless it's because of gross misconduct on your part.
Yes, if it's not due to gross misconduct on your part.
Can you collect both unemployment insurance benefits and Social Security benefits at the same time in Iowa?
Yes, if you were fired or laid off you can collect unemployment & it doesn't matter if you're drawing Social Security.
You can collect unemployment only if you qualify under state law - you have no income and you are actively seeking work, and you were not fired for a disqualifying reason.
In the state of TN, NO. I was fired from a job related accident, I came back to work with restrictions and was fired because they could not meet my restrictions, Then I was told I could not collect unemployment because of my restrictions.
For most states, Wisconsin included, when one is fired "with cause" they will not be able to collect unemployment. The reasoning behind not allowing one to collect unemployment in "with cause" circumstances is that the employee was in control of the activities that led to their dismissal. Normally, unemployment is provided for individuals fired for reasons that did not have to do with specific behavior including (but not limited to): mass layoffs (e.g., closing a… Read More
Your former employer is responsible for paying a portion of your unemployment. It's really not fair to them to make them keep paying you even though they fired you for being a lousy employee. So, probably not; you might want to contact the unemployment office anyway just to make sure. In general, if you were terminated "for cause" (meaning: you got fired because of something you did, like not show up for work), you're much… Read More
Can you collect unemployment if you were fired for missing a week because you were sick and you previously had not missed any time?
You can probably not collect unemployment as you violated the terms of your employment. It doesn't matter that you hadn't missed any time up until now.
he can get another job. but cursing is not to be called for on a job,especially on a child or at school.
Can I get NYS unemployment insurance if I get fired cause employer states didn't get job done on time?
Of course you can collect.