Q) I need help my job just let me go saying its slow work but keep new workers..like he replaced me he didn’t have no talk with me or give me a paperwork that I am fired…can I still get unemployment I been there one year
and seven months
A) I understand that you were let go from your job and are wondering if you can still get unemployment benefits.
The answer to that question depends on a few factors, including the reason you were let go, the laws in your state, and your employment history.
In general, you may be eligible for unemployment benefits if you were let go for reasons that were beyond your control, such as a lack of work or a company layoff. However, if you were let go for reasons that were within your control, such as poor performance or misconduct, you may not be eligible for benefits.
The laws in your state also play a role in determining whether or not you are eligible for unemployment benefits. In some states, you may be eligible for benefits even if you were let go for reasons that were within your control. However, in other states, you may only be eligible for benefits if you were let go for reasons that were beyond your control.
Finally, your employment history can also affect your eligibility for unemployment benefits. In general, you must have worked for a certain amount of time and earned a certain amount of money in order to be eligible for benefits. However, there are exceptions to this rule, such as for people who are laid off or who are unable to work due to a medical condition.
If you are unsure whether or not you are eligible for unemployment benefits, you should contact your state’s unemployment agency. They will be able to assess your individual situation and determine whether or not you are eligible for benefits.
Here are some additional tips for filing for unemployment benefits:
- File your claim as soon as possible after you are let go.
- Be sure to provide all of the requested information.
- Keep copies of all of your paperwork.
- Be prepared to appeal if your claim is denied.
Being employed there for over a year it is more that likely that you have completed your required work hours to qualify. 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.