Q) I just moved from Mississippi 4 months ago I am working a seasonal job in Fort Worth Texas and I am curious how I should file for unemployment if I can’t find another job when the job ends. Which State would pay and would the payment amount be based in the state that I reside in or the state that is making the payment?
A) If you work in one state and live in another, you must file your claim for unemployment benefits with the state where you worked. Your claim will be subject to that state’s rules and benefit limits. An out-of-state unemployment claim is known as an interstate claim. Fortunately, you don’t have to travel back to your state of employment to file the claim. You can file online, by telephone, or at the nearest unemployment office in the state where you now live. http://work.chron.com/file-out-state-unemployment-11029.html
Q) I currently work for a church full time as a preschool director. My employment with the church will end in May or June. Are people who work for a church full time able to draw unemployment? Are part-time staff able to draw unemployment A) Churches and religious organizations are exempt from paying unemployment taxes. Therefore… Continue Reading
Q) My employer is not Paying us for the 4th of July holiday can he do that? A) The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) does not require employers to pay employees for time not worked, such as vacations or holidays. Paid holidays, paid vacation, and paid sick leave are determined by the employer, or in a represented… Continue Reading
Q) Can i file for unemployment in any county.i leaved in Georgia, gwinnett county but i will like to file for unemployment benefit in Dekalb county A) You can file for unemployment benefits in any Georgia county. According to the Georgia Department Of Labor (DOL). The Unemployment Insurance (UI) program provides temporary income for workers who are… Continue Reading
Q) I received benefits last June. I have not received my form to file my taxes. How do I receive one? A) Unemployment compensation generally includes any amounts received under the unemployment compensation laws of the United States or of a state. If you received unemployment benefits during the last year, you should receive a your 1099-G… Continue Reading
Q) Can I apply for an extension in a different state than the original claim? A) No. You will need to apply for an extension to your unemployment benefits in the sate that issued your original claim. Applying for Extended Compensation Contact your state’s Department of Labor. Since laws are different from state to state, the… Continue Reading
Q) I had to quit my job one month ago that I loved, but the Nurse practitioner that I worked with left and they hired a new Nurse Practitioner that ended up being a hostile work environment, so I had to quit. I did write a letter to Human Resource, which did nothing about it and… Continue Reading
Q) Can I get unemployment benefit if I work with home health company and one of my clients is in the hospital. Mary A) According to the Department of Labor, you need to meet two criteria to qualify for unemployment: You are unemployed through no fault of your own: That means you are out of a job… Continue Reading
Q) I was working 3rd shift and just found out last night during my shift that they ended 3rd shift effective last night. Can I get unemployment as a dislocated employee even if they offer us to go to another shift? I have other commitments during the day that would keep me from going back to… Continue Reading
You’re in a no win situation. The same thing happened to me when I was working in management at a bank. I contacted HR and asked them to help, as I felt I was working in a hostile work environment, and asked what I needed to do. I asked if I should tape record how…
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