You can get unemployment if you can answer "Yes" to all three of these questions:
EXPLANATION: The amount of benefits you get depends on how much money you made in the 12 months before losing your job. This is called your base period.
EXPLANATION: If you were laid off, fired, or left the company for a good reason (like an illness), you could qualify. You will not qualify if you quit your job.
EXPLANATION: You must be ready, willing, and able to work. You can’t be too sick, injured, or disabled to work.
I was recently laid-off from a 501(C)(3) school due to a Board directed change in teacher requirements. The school opted-out of the SUI. I since have filed for unemployment benefits and was denied three times due to statements from the school, all false: 1. I received no wages, 2. They were exempt as a soley religious organization, 3. I quit of my own accord. I have a hearing later this month. The question is, since the employer made false statements in all three cases to the State, will they be automatically be held accountable for perjury?
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