How to apply for unemployment california

How to apply for unemployment california

What should I do if I received notice that I am not eligible for unemployment benefits in California?

You have the right to file an appeal if you do not agree with all or part of our decision. For more information, visit Unemployment Insurance Appeals.

Will I be eligible for unemployment benefits in California I just quit my job?

If you quit your job, we will conduct a phone interview with you and your employer about two weeks after your file your claim to determine if you are eligible for UI benefits.

If you quit your job, you must show that there was good cause for leaving, and that you made all reasonable attempts to keep your job (such as requested a leave of absence or transfer).

Note: Good cause can include unsafe working conditions, a medical doctor’s advice, or protecting yourself or your child from domestic violence.

Am I eligible for unemployment benefits in California if I am taking care of a seriously ill family member?

If you are caring for a family member or bonding with a new child, you can file a claim with California’s Paid Family Leave (PFL) program. Caring for a new child includes the birth of a child, adoption, or foster care placement.

Note: You cannot receive PFL benefits for the same period of time you receive UI or Disability Insurance benefits.

Where do I file a claim for unemployment benefits in Caifornia if I am sick or injured?

If you are not eligible for UI benefits because you are sick or injured, file a claim with Disability Insurance.

Am I eligible for unemployment benefits in California if I am unemployed due to a disaster?

If you are unemployed due to a disaster, you may be eligible for UI benefits or Disaster Unemployment Assistance.

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How does vacation pay or holiday pay affect my eligibility to receive unemployment benefits in California?

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If you were given a definite return-to-work date at the time you were laid off, we may deduct vacation or holiday pay from your benefits.

If you are not given a definite return-to-work date, any vacation or holiday pay you receive when your job ends is not deducted from your weekly benefit amount.

If you are given a definite return-to-work date, any vacation or holiday pay for the period of the temporary layoff is deducted from your benefits. We will allocate your vacation and holiday pay as follows:

Vacation pay will be allocated to match the number of days you requested vacation, or the number of days your employer required you to use as vacation during the temporary layoff. Holiday pay that is paid before you return to work will be allocated to match the holiday weeks. Holiday pay that is paid after you return to work will be allocated to match the week that you return to work.

Rick Randall

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