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Eligibility - Employment Development Department - California


An individual must meet all unemployment insurance (UI) eligibility requirements in order to receive benefit payments. Eligibility requirements must be met when ...

FAQ - Eligibility - Employment Development Department - California


Provides an overview of the California Unemployment Insurance Program, which provides workers, who lose their jobs through no fault of their own, with weekly ...

Do I Qualify for Unemployment? How to Tell If You're Eligible


May 3, 2013 ... It's never easy to stare unemployment in the face, but if you qualify, unemployment benefits can make lean times a bit less stressful. Today's ...

Collecting Unemployment Benefits in California | Nolo.com


In California—as in every other state—employees who are temporarily out of work through no fault of their own may qualify to collect unemployment benefits.

How to Qualify for Unemployment (with Pictures) - wikiHow


How to Qualify for Unemployment. If you are a legal U.S. Citizen or resident and have lost your job, you may qualify for Unemployment Insurance benefits in the ...

Who is Eligible for Unemployment Benefits in California ...


In California, employees who are temporarily out of work through no fault of the own may collect unemployment benefits. Eligibility for unemployment is based on  ...

Collecting Unemployment if You Quit or Were Fired or Laid Off


If you quit your job, were laid off, or were fired and are unemployed, read this article. ... papers to prove you were working; or; your boss said you are not eligible.

Laid-Off, Fired or Quit – Do You Qualify to File for Unemployment?


The rules of filing for unemployment compensation are pretty clear for those that have been laid off, but if you get fired suddenly from your job or are forced to quit  ...

Unemployment Insurance: Nine Things That May Stop You From ...


Sep 3, 2013 ... Whether you can quit and still qualify for unemployment benefits also varies from state to state. So before you quit, check the laws in your state.

Eligibility for Unemployment Compensation Benefits - FindLaw


Unemployment compensation, also commonly referred to as unemployment insurance (UI), is a government sponsored and administered benefits program that ...

United States workers who are out of work due to no fault of their own are eligible for unemployment benefits for up to 26 weeks. When the unemployment rate is high, benefits may be paid for additional weeks... More »
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