employer loaned me car, police gave me ticket, lost job, denied unemployment
Q) My employer loaned me a car after work to get home and back to work.I got pulled over by a police officer on my way to work the next morning.He gave me a ticket for driving without a drivers license.My employer fired me for this and called it misconduct.It had nothing to do with my job performance.But yet Ky Unemployment denied my unemployment.I feel i have been done very unjustly.If anyone can help.Please contact me at 9*******7.-Mike Re*****s.
A) I am sorry you lost your job. However the general requirement for unemployment insurance benefits is:
Have received enough wages during the base period to establish a claim.
Be totally or partially unemployed.
Be unemployed through no fault of his/her own.
Be physically able to work.
Be available for work which means to be ready and willing to immediately accept work.
Be actively looking for work.
Meet eligibility requirements each week benefits are claimed.
Be approved for training before training benefits can be paid.
Due to the fact the each state administrates their unemployment benefit program differently and has different eligibility requirements it’s always best to visit your state website to view that information. After viewing the eligibility requirements you can (on some State’s Unemployment Website) file your claim online. https://unemploymentoffice.us/unemployment-eligibility-requirements-state/
my company just sent out a 90 day notice… I have a very small pension coming to me. As of sept 1 they are moving the pension fund to a less reliable company to manage it, if I want to stay with the old pension fund which is guaranteed (prudential) I have to leave my job right now. I worked 27 years for this company and in 90 days from now 22,000 employees will be heading to the unemployment line. I have never been unemployed before.
If you have worked in the same state since 1960 your state will have a record of your work history. You can then visit your state unemployment office and request your work history. The IRS will also have a complete record of your income reporting from companies for which you have worked. I would also recommend that you visit your local IRS office and request a report of your work history.