Yes, you may. If you had qualified, based on the higher paying job and lost that one, then according to the Related Link below, page 9 under "What if I work part time?", if you work less than 4 days and earn less than $405 for the Week, you may be entitled to partial unemployment benefits. They consider your total pay during the base period to arrive at the benefit amount, then re-adjust based on your current income.
if you are fired while on disability can you collect unemployment?
if you were fired for a company policy can you still collect unemployment in new jersey?
No, you cannot.
You collect from the "liable state", New York, because it is the state that collected the unemployment tax from your employer.
Generally, unemployment benefits are paid by the state in which you worked. If you live in Connecticut and work in New York you most likely collect unemployment benefits from the state of New York.
No, I don't think so. Unless you lose your job and you are not at fault, you won't get unemployment assistance.
It varies state by state but in most states you can collect both.
You can't collect unemployment. It's impossible.
You can collect unemployment benefits if you have been receiving a severance as well. You can only collect benefits for a certain period of time.
No. You collect from the "liable state", in this case, New York, but you can file through Connecticut, as an "agent state", who would assist you with the claim.
It is illegal to collect unemployment benefits while employed in NYS.
It depends on why you were fired. If it was through no fault of your own, then most likely you could. The reasons are what's important, not the fact that you were fired.
Yes, providing you comply with the regulations of the state you worked in, New York, concerning moving while collecting benefits.
Yes, go to the website for out of state applicants. You can collect from any state as long as the majority of your work or enough of the work that is being used to calculate your unemployment wages is in NYS. Check their website or call. They will be able to help get you lined up.
Yes, if you qualified for the unemployment, notified the state agency of your move, and complied with the terms of moving, etc.
The company's going bankrupt should not affect your getting unemployment, The company paid (or should have) unemployment taxes to the state who, in turn, pays the benefits to claimants. Therefore it is the state you look to for relief.
Yes, if you qualified for the benefits in New York. However, you need to stay in contact with New York and comply with their regulations concerning having moved out of state.
Yes, as long as you qualify for each of them individually.
Probably not.Another answer:Only the "liable state" (the one where your employer pays its unemployment taxes to) is the one you receive your unemployment compensation from.
Yes, you can work part time and still collect unemployment benefits in New York. See the Related Link below for the terms and conditions thereof.
To collect unemployment you have to be actively seeking work and able to do the work. Receiving Social Security Disability implies you may not be able to either, so probably not.