Can you refuse a job while receiving unemployment in the state of Illinois?
Under certain circumstances you can refuse a job offer (i.e. it's hazardous, pay is too low, etc.) depending on what Illinois says you have to accept or not.
The employer does not pay unemployment benefits. The employer pays unemployment insurance premiums to the State of lllinois. When the employee is terminated, the employee applies for unemployment benefits with the State of Illinois. The state determines if the employee is eligible for benefits and, if the employee is awarded benefits, those benefits are paid and monitored by the State of Illinois.
It is actually sometimes possible to receive unemployment benefits while on severance pay. It depends on the state you live in and how much severance you are receiving. If you cannot file for unemployment, you may be able to after the severance has run out-depending on how long unemployment extends for in your state. This article goes into the specifics of severance and unemployment. It can be tricky.
If you are receiving a demotion but you are receiving the same compensation are you eligible to collect unemployment?
You are currently receiving Pennsylvania unemployment If you move to Florida can you still collect unemployment from the state of Florida?
If you are currently receiving Florida unemployment and then move to Maryland can you still collect unemployment from the state of Florida?
From what I've read, you must notify Florida that you are moving, then you will have to deal with the Maryland unemployment office nearest where you live. After that you will continue to get paid unemployment benefits by Florida and your unemployment payments will be subject to Florida's terms and laws.
If you were laid off in Florida can you still collect unemployment benefits if you move to Illinois?
The Unemployment Compensation provisions have undergone many changes through the years; and, the procedures for qualifying for eligibility have been revised as well, varying in one manner or another from state to state. The best resource you have is the local unemployment office for the state in which you now reside. If it is different from that where you were laid-off, you are still considered unemployed until you attain employment status; and, if you expect…
If prior to the disability you worked while on unemployment and did not report it, yes, you will need to pay back the over-payments! If you worked while on unemployment while also receiving disability benefits, the government can reduce your disability checks until the over-payments are paid back. If receiving unemployment, and reported any employment earnings, then became disabled, no, you will not need to pay back any money. If receiving unemployment, and you did…
If he was drawing unemployment and is now working, his unemployment benefits will stop when he reports the new job. If you are receiving unemployment your husband's new job will not affect your benefits. If you are now collecting unemployment and you want to continue, you should report the new address to the unemployment compensation office in the state you received your benefits from. Another answer: Some states allow you to collect your own unemployment…
If employer wants you to go to PT or take extended unpaid leave and you refuse does this nullify eligibility for unemployment benefits?
In this state, if you work part time, you do not get unemployment. If your employer wants you to take extended unpaid leave and you take it, you can get unemployment. You took leave because your boss asked you to. That choice is like, resign or I will fire you. If your boss will not hire you back immediately, this state gives you unemployment under those circumstances. If you refuse to take either option and…
If you work 82.5 hours per month would you be eligible for unemployment benefits in the State of Illinois?
Normally, you stop receiving unemployment benefits. However, depending on the circumstances, you can apply for an extension. You should contact your state's Employment Development Division (or whatever the agency that handles unemployment benefits in your state is called; normally it will be a division of the state's Department of Labor) for details specific to your state.