The answer to this question may depend on your country or state of residence, but for people residing in the United Kingdom, it is usually possible to claim unemployment benefit after you have been dismissed from work by your previous employer. The biggest issue will be the reasons for the termination of your recent employment - in many cases you cannot claim if you have been fired for Gross Misconduct. However, for most cases people of working age in the UK who are searching for work are entitled to claim. It should be noted that the final decision will depend on a number of circumstances and will be determined by the local job centre.
The reason for this is that you are still legally unemployed, regardless of the reasons, and whilst you actively seek new work, you are entitled to collect benefit so long as you regularly sign on at your local job centre.
When you go for your first meeting at the job centre you will be interviewed and it will be determined whether or not you can claim jobseeker's allowance/unemployment benefit. You will need to go and re-interview usually every two weeks, and will be re-assessed if you have been claiming for thirteen weeks or longer. If the interviewer decides that you cannot claim jobseeker's allowance but you feel they have made an unfair decision, you can appeal and attempt to have the decision overturned.
For those outside the United Kingdom, the best way to find out how your dismissal will effect your search for work will be to contact your local authorities and go through the interview process. Explaining that it wasn't your fault is a good one, but explaining what you have learnt as a result of your behaviour is better.
It depends on why you were fired. If it was no fault of your own you might be able to get benefits.
You can apply for benefits and see what the results will be, have a good excuse why you were fired though it will be reviewed. I seen people fired because they gave a dirty look at their boss.
Yes you can get unemployment if you get fired depending what you got fired for myself got fired for missing 2 days of work and called and told them I had doctors notes and they still fired me I could have sued them
You can definitely avail of unemployment insurance after being fired. However, a few factors need to be considered. They include:
1. Was there a valid reason for the employer to fire you?
2. Did you receive any prior warning from the management?
3. Does the company you work for have sufficient documentation to back up their version of the case?
4. Is the company one to contest the unemployment claim?
From the employer's viewpoint, the matter of claim also depends on the state caseworker or agent who takes on responsibility for the claim. There have been a number of cases where some fired former employees have been denied benefits, while the claims of some others have been approved. This has been observed even though the cause for termination of service and the back-up documentation available were virtually identical. The only difference was the caseworker or the person handling the claim. Even if you have your doubts about being eligible for unemployment benefit after being fired, apply anyway. You have nothing to lose.
To qualify for benefit, you should have on record wages from insured employment for two quarters. The total of your wages should be 30 times your weekly benefit amount.
In fact, in this case you need to go to your unemployment department they would analyze their data and if they find that some other company or employer is looking for the some worker of your nature. They would transfer you to them and you'd be start working their. And if all these requirements will not be fulfilled then you can get unemployment.
You can only receive unemployment benefits if you are fired without your fault. Do you have doctor's certificate for sick leave? If yes, then your case is very much strong. If not, then I am afraid, you won't be able to receive your unemployment, as you were missing very much. Try to appeal.
As an employer, I can tell you that you can try to appeal, but if your employer has a record of your (or your friend's I mean) offenses, then it is virtually impossible to receive unemployment.
Can I receive unemployment after missing too many days? I had 7 1/3 days and misses 3 more days, 2 of the days counts 2 for 1. The limit for termination is 9 days, ive missed 9 1/3 I have a dr. Note and , I got fired? Can I still draw?
If you have been written up on numerous occasions at work for attendance issues and end up being fired are you going to be able to collect unemployment or not? My second question is After being fired and you go to apply for another position elsewhere are you going to have issues getting a job because you were fired for attendance issues?
If I miss to many days with out it being excused?
It is up to the Law of the State. Only developed countries give you this opportunity but in developing countries you can't get unemployment benefits. If you are fired then it means you are unemployed so you can get the benefits.
First find a company with significant problems, either internally or fiscally. Then convenes them to hire you. Then when the company fails you can get unemployment. J/k lol.
No you won't be able to get unemployment, but it depends on what you were fired for . If it was misconduct definitely no. But check with your dept of labor office.
You can, but you need a good excuse why you were fired..the rules are- your unemployed by no fault of your own. Most who are fired will go to see a claims reviewer and they decide if your eligible.
I was fired because they said I falsified documents but I had been doing the same thing for many years.
I'm a floor supervisor for a casino and have been written up for customer complaints such as raising my table limits and not being friendly as excuses for my write ups am I eligible for unemployment in nevada if fired
If fired for performance related issues in south carolina are you eligible for unemployment benefits?
I was fired for not placing the correct time on my time sheet will I still be eligible for unemployment
You go to you're local social security office and apply for it,fill out a form and they usually let you know in a few weeks
No I don't see any reason I've been at my job 1year NOV,27,2007 but they fired me on OCT.31,2007 for not completing a daily checklist. I've never been in any previou trouble.
If you were laid off due to reasons beyond your control. If you broke company rules, like stealing, you probably can't.