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How do you qualify if you quit your job in Michigan?

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2009-12-29 14:42:14
2009-12-29 14:42:14

If you quit your job for "good cause" (as described in the Related Link below), then they will determine you are eligible for unemployment.

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When you quit a job, the benefits stop immediately.


Probably not. Since you made a choice to leave your job, it is unlikely that you qualify for unemployment insurance.


To qualify, it must be related to the job or domestic violence. See the Related Link below for details under "Requirements for Payment - Quit"


I wouldn't think so. I know if you quit a job you don't qualify for unemployment so I would think it would apply to disability.


No. In order to qualify you have to be laid off or otherwise fired without cause.


You qualify for disability benefits if you are injured, sick, incapacitated, etc., not because you quit, were fired, laid off, etc.


Yes, you might if the reason for quitting was justified according to the rules in the state where you work. It may be due to the work itself or personal reasons such as health, moving with spouse, etc.The answer to this depends on why your quit your job. In order to qualify for unemployment benefits you need to have quit or been released from your job at no fault of your own. If you quit for your own personal reasons and were not essentially "forced" out then you do not qualify for benefits. You also need to meet other requirements regarding the length of your employment and the hours your worked, etc.


According to the Michigan Employment Security Act, you only qualify for unemployment if you quit your job because of an action (or lack thereof) of your employer that a reasonable person would be unable to tolerate. You must first inform your employer of your concern and give them the opportunity to make changes before you quit. You have nothing to lose by filing for unemployment benefits and should do so, providing all pertinent information and documentation that you have, allowing the agency to decide whether you are eligible.


Yes, of course you do. You can move anywhere in the world, after quitting your job, and still claim unemployment benefit.


Yes California will pay you unemployment benefits if you quit your job to relocate with a spouse in order to preserve your marriage and keep in tact


I believe any time you quit a job your not allowed unemployment, that's why it may be better to keep the job you have and look for another or work two jobs.


Yes, some states do allow a worker to quit for this purpose, but not all states. Check with your state's employment security office for clarification.


No, according to the Related Link below, you are totally disqualified if you quit to follow your spouse to move.


You can only draw umemployment if you get fired. If you could receive it for quitting a job noone would be working.


Probably not. Unemployment benefits are usually only available if you lose your job (i.e. fired, laid off), not if you forfeit it.


You can, if you fall under one of the justifiable reasons given in the FAQ's in the Related Link below.


Unlikely. You will need to make a good case to the unemployment department.


Maybe because you do qualify for the job.


I don't think you can collect unemployment if you QUIT your job to relocate. If the company was relocating to California (or anywhere farther than 50 miles- I think), and you did not want to relocate, then I believe you can get unemployment.


No. not if you quit. For one to collect UI, they must have been laid off by the employer. The UI office will verify the information with the employer. If you voluntarily quit, you are not eligible for unemployment insurance.


No....you don't get unemployment if you quit. You should have done something stupid and gotten fired. Oh well, good luck on your marriage.


to quit a job u go back to your work place press enter and then quit job


You can call your job and tell them that you quit.




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