How Do You Not Qualify For Unemployment?


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Bob Yacknowitz answered
To qualify for unemployment, you must have unemployment insurance. If he was a direct employee of the company, in other words a W2 employee, and he meets the length of service requirement(6 months?) then he would have unemployment insurance and be eligible to collect.

With any other relationship(1099), he might not have the insurance!!!!
thanked the writer.
Anonymous commented
He has worked there for over 2yrs and was a legit employee. My guess is he quit.. Thanks for your post.
Anonymous commented
He may have been fired "for cause", which can include confidential matters such as failing a drug screening, even though his work and attendance were laudible.
Suhail Ajmal Profile
Suhail Ajmal answered
You do not qualify for unemployment if you lose your job by your own fault. I think this is the main reason he does not qualify.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I was fired for tardiness and received a letter saying that I was going to get unemployment but now I received another letter stating that I was disqualified because I was fired. Can you help me out I'm confused.

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