A) It’s unclear what you mean by “lost the assignment for attendance.” However, in general, eligibility for unemployment insurance (UI) benefits depends on a variety of factors, including the reason for separation from your job, your earnings history, and whether you meet the state’s specific requirements for UI. Losing an attendance assignment alone may not necessarily disqualify you from receiving UI benefits, but it would depend on the circumstances of your situation.
To determine your eligibility for UI benefits, you should contact your state’s unemployment office. You can find contact information for your state’s office on the Department of Labor’s website. The unemployment office can provide you with more information about the eligibility requirements and the application process. They can also assist you in filing a claim for benefits if you are eligible.
You can receive unemployment benefits if the employer fired you for being late for work several times, but the infractions were relatively minor, unintentional, such as an illness in the family or some kind of family emergency. You are eligible for unemployment benefits only if you are out of work through no fault of your own. You can claim unemployment benefits if you were terminated because of financial cutbacks in the company or because you were not qualified or unable to perform the job for which you were hired.