Can you get unemployment after working 2 months?
Whether or not you are eligible for unemployment benefits depends on a lot of factors (i.e. the state you live in, the amount of time you worked at your job, the number of hours worked, the nature of the employment) but only working at a job for 2 months you would probably not be eligible to collect unemployment benefits.
Can an employee hired for 10 months out of the year collect unemployment for the 2 non working months?
Yes. I used to do this when I was seasonally employed. Be aware that your employer will end up paying a higher rate towards unemployment insurance.
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.
If you are currently getting extended unemployment benefits from NY if you work in Florida for 3-4 months can you still reapply in NY to continue getting unemployment?
No. Once you start working again (especially for 3 or 4 months), your unemployment stops.
Can a US Citizen living in the US work for a Canadian company for the last twelve months and still collect US unemployment?
No. Unemployment benefits are provided for those who did work but, for some reason, have lost their jobs. If you are working, you are not eligible for unemployment benefits.
Depends on your past jobs
You cannot get unemployment if you are working. You must be actively seeking work.
Nope. Unemployment is for when you are not working, If you are driving and getting paid, you are working.
No, a person laid off after 4 1/2 months of work can't receive work-related unemployment (they would not have enough stamps), but they could get means-tested unemployment.
It depends. Not every employee who loses his job can expect to collect unemployment. As a general rule, former employees are eligible for unemployment compensation when they're not responsible for their dismissal. As an ex-employee in Georgia you could not collect unemployement benefits if you quit your job. Being laid off due to the economy after working 13 months at a job in Georgia would be sufficient to receive unemployment.
The state of Kansas has unemployment extension in place after three months of the state reaching unemployment of 6.5 percent. If an extension is granted it is good for 13 months.
It is the percentage or fraction of the working population that are not working.
If you're working in NY you don't get unemployment from anywhere because you're working.
No. If you are employed, you may not get unemployment compensation.
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.
I think it depends on the state... I know in California you can get unemployment if you are working part time, if you qualify otherwise. Unemployment is regarded as anything less than full time.
That would be dishonest, you can not collect unemployment if you are freelance working.
how do i report someone working under the table while collecting unemployment in arizona
6 months then they can consider you for another 6 months.
You can receive unemployment while attending college if you are eligible for unemployment. You will only receive unemployment for about 6 months, regardless of how much you worked.
You are not entitled for unemployment for working a single day. You have to have a required period of work and wages to be eligible
If your working with someone you do not trust and have maid those feeling know do you qualified for unemployment?
i am working with a perseon i donot trust and is tring to blame me for things they are doing do i qualified for unemployment?
You can collect unemployment is you are fired from you job. You age doesn't matter when it comes to unemployment.
As far as I understand it you cannot collect unemployment during the summer months.
is a person that has no income or working at all.
many not working
Can you collect unemployment if you worked a job for only 4 months and was fired for job performance?
YOu can almost always get UI benefits if you worked at least 1 quarter for an employer, and if you were not mired for misconduct, but for not working out.
If you are retiring but going to work in the summer for the company that you work for now can you also collect unemployment?
You can not collect unemployment if you are retired or working.
Do you file for unemployment insurance in NJ or ny if you live in NJ but had worked in nyc for the past 18 months?
I worked in NY for 6 months. I live in New Jersey. I was told by NJ Unemployment when I tried to claim benefits that I would have to claim my unemployment benefits in the State of NY.
No. You are working when in the army.
Can you get unemployment if you are 8 months pregnant and your job is making you sick and is to stressful for you to work anymore?
No. If you are too ill to work then you are not eligible for unemployment.
I did in Ohio and it stopped my unemployment payments for a few months. They figure out how long it stops it.
Unemployment can be filed while you are only working part-time, however, benefits unearned through unemployment will be reduced.
1. Full Unemployment.2. Quasi unemployment. 3.Unemployment in disguise.
No, you cannot voluntarily leave a position to qualify for unemployment IF you were leaving for personal reasons. If you quit due to circumstances allowed in the state you work in (harassment, hazardous working conditions, discrimination, etc.) then yes, you could qualify for unemployment benefits.
Laws governing unemployment insurance vary from state to state. However, states require that you earn qualifying wages and there are existing formulas for each state. The best answer for this question without knowing the specific state would be that you could "possibly" be monetarily eligible for benefits after only working six months depending upon the reason you were separated from employment. Anyone interested in the monetary qualification for unemployment benefits should be specific regarding the… Read More
Unemployment benefits last for 26 weeks in New York, unless due to high unemployment rates extensions apply. In any case, it makes no difference if you are working, not working, or even on unemployment compensation, if you qualify for SS under its OWN requirements, you will continue to receive SS as the 2 programs are not connected and one has nothing to do with the other. See the Related Link below for more information.
Unemployment is where a person is not employed and is not making money by working. Employment is where a person works and makes money.
It is illegal to collect unemployment benefits while employed in NYS.
If you have worked for a company for five months and then laid off are you eligible for unemployment?
This would depend on the state you worked in. Generally they require a base period of a year, but may make provisions for someone working for shorter periods. You need to contact your unemployment office in your state for specific information, or file a claim and find out that way.
If what you are asking is "Can I collect unemployment after I have been back at work for weeks?" The answer is: No you can not.
Yes, unemployment is very much an economic problem, because they are not working and expanding their business, and they're not supporting themselves. Unemployment is a weight on society that should be fixed.
Yes you can. They average out your past 3 months of work hours. In your case 40. So if your working lets say 20hours a week now you will get paid the difference. But not the full difference. So say you make 10$ a hour 400$ a week. Work 20 hours at 200$ you might get about 160 from unemployment
No, because your working you div.
It means they are working on your information!
the state of which you are working in
about 2 weeks to feel a difference, 2 months to see one
Yes, if you worked in the previous state within the base period (normally in the last 15 months in most states), then your unemployment benefits would include the total wages earned anywhere in that period. Contact the employment security office you are working with and they will assist you in
If you are working full time with an employer, you would not meet the definition of an unemployed worker. Therefore, you would not be eligible for benefits.
It changed people life because unemployment make people poor . More unemployment increase the homeless . Which is really bad for the society . unemployment also increase the economic problems .