For Employers What is my responsibility? The Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Law, Chapter A of the General Laws of the Commonwealth, places certain obligations on all employing units - individuals, firms, organizations and governmental units which employ one or more persons. Your responsibilities fall into two general areas: What is my liability if I purchase a business or assets of a business?
View as PDF or Word Document Si necesita ayuda para entender este documento en espanol, puede solicitarlo sin costo adicional llamando a nuestro Centro de Contacto con el Cliente al The Virginia Employment Commission VEC administers the unemployment compensation program that provides temporary financial assistance to individuals who become unemployed through no fault of their own.
Benefits are paid through taxes on employers covered under the Virginia Unemployment Compensation Act.
No part of the cost of your unemployment benefits is deducted from your earnings. Your name and social security number will be cross-matched with the Social Security Administration to verify your identity. To receive benefits you must meet each of the following: Monetary qualification; Separation qualification; and Weekly eligibility requirements This document explains these requirements and will assist you in filing for benefits.
Read it carefully and retain it for your records. Partial Unemployment Benefits—If you have filed a claim for partial unemployment benefits because your normal and customary hours have been reduced but you have not been separated from your job, you will receive a separate list of instructions from the Virginia Employment Commission advising you of the requirements you must follow.
You may also access this same information at www. Monetary qualification—In a separate mailing you will receive your monetary determination. Based on the wages earned during the regular base period, this determination will indicate the benefit amount you qualify for each week and the number of weeks you may receive benefits.
The regular base period consists of the first four of the last five completed calendar quarters prior to the effective date of your claim. If you feel the wages shown on the determination are incorrect, call or mail your proof of correct wages and a letter to Virginia Employment Commission, Monetary Determinations Unit - RoomP.
BoxRichmond, Virginia If you do not have enough wages to qualify for benefits during the regular base period, you may monetarily qualify under the alternate base period that includes wages from the last four completed calendar quarters at the time your claim is filed.
If any wages shown on this form do not belong to you, you must report this to the Virginia Employment Commission immediately. Failure to do so may result in an overpayment of benefits that you will be required to repay.
The base period is set by law and will not change during the life of your unemployment claim. If you qualify monetarily, your claim remains in effect for one year.
This period is called a benefit year. Separation qualification—Even though you may have enough earnings to qualify, there are circumstances that may prevent you from receiving unemployment benefits.
If you are separated for any reason other than lack of work, it will be necessary to gather facts from you and your employer concerning your separation. Your employer will be sent a questionnaire requesting information concerning your employment and separation.
You will be called by a VEC deputy and be given an opportunity to present your information and review that of your employer. The deputy will make a determination regarding your qualification based on the separation information presented.
You will be disqualified if the deputy determines that you quit your job without good cause, or you were fired from your job for misconduct in connection with your work. Weekly Request—To receive a payment for benefits, you must file a weekly request for each week you wish to claim.
You must meet the weekly eligibility requirements listed below. Your benefit week begins on Sunday and ends at midnight on Saturday. You cannot claim the week until it is completely over. The first week you meet the weekly eligibility requirements will be your waiting period week.
You will not receive a benefit payment for the waiting period week. Your first payment, if you are qualified, will be issued to you after you have served your waiting week and are eligible to receive benefits for the second week claimed.
If you file an appeal, you must continue to meet the weekly eligibility requirements explained below and file your weekly claim within 28 days of the most recent week claimed ending date explained below.
For example, if you filed your claim on January 2, your first weekly claim must be filed by January Subsequent weekly claims for benefits must be filed within 28 days of the Saturday date of the week claimed. For example, if your last week claimed ended on Saturday, February 4, then your subsequent weekly claim must be filed no later than March 4.
The Voice Response System and the Internet will not allow you to claim benefits for weeks that are more than 28 days old.The Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Law, Chapter A of the General Laws of the Commonwealth, places certain obligations on all employing units - individuals, firms, organizations and governmental units which employ one or more persons.
Your responsibilities fall into two general areas. Last Verified: January In December , the state legislature and Governor Bruce Rauner worked together to bring additional unemployment benefit weeks to workers laid off after the Steel Mill in Granite City, IL shut down.
The law allowed 2, workers to collect an additional 26 weeks of benefit payments going into the holiday season. In Tennessee -- as in every other state -- employees who are temporarily out of work through no fault of their own may qualify for unemployment benefits.
The eligibility rules, prior earnings requirements, benefit amounts, and other details vary from state to state. Here are the basic rules for. Part 6: Eligibility Issues.
In English | En Español | Txhais lus Hmoob. What is an Eligibility Issue? An eligibility issue is any information or set of circumstances which raises a legal question about whether you should be paid unemployment benefits, and which can deny, suspend or reduce your benefits under the Unemployment Insurance law.
Fired for Gross Misconduct How to Appeal a Denial of Unemployment Benefits. If your employer contested your application for unemployment benefits after firing you for gross misconduct (or just misconduct) and the state unemployment office denied you benefits as a result, then you have the right to appeal the denial through the state unemployment office.
Filing Your Weekly Claim for Benefits. You may file your continued weekly claim over the Internet at caninariojana.com or through the automated Voice Response System (VRS) at The Internet or VRS can also be used to obtain information about an appeal to which you are a party, information about VEC offices and phone numbers, as well as general information about unemployment.