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According to the Michigan Dept. of Labor & Economic Opportunity, there are expanded eligibility criteria for unemployment insurance during the COVID-19 crisis. This expansion of unemployment benefits was part of the Federal CARES Act passed in late March. These expanded criteria may cover your wife: Individuals are eligible for PUA [Pandemic ...


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Yes, the employee can choose not to accept the contract offered at the end of the probationary period and thereby allow the probationary period to end without accepting a long-term position. This is usually called "quitting".


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The MA page on eligibility for unemployment and the linked page on weekly benefits both say that one must be Actively looking for work (3 work search attempts made on 3 separate days) New Jersey, where I twice applied for and received unemployment benefits, has an almost exactly similar rule. I can tell you that in NJ, an applicant must be able to ...


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If I understand the quoted question correctly, you must report the week where your worked and are to recieved unemployment benefits during the same week. If you receive benefits for the 27th (Monday) to 30th of April and the 1st of May (Friday), you must report the time in April which will eventually be paid. You do not need to report the paid sum ...


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A person might have an employment contract with specific start and stop dates, but otherwise in the US an employee can be fired at any time for any reason. An employment contract might specifically spell out particular duties, so if they are hired to weld, they cannot be required to program computers under the conditions of the contract. Explicit contracts ...


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Generally, most unemployment benefits programs require you to be actively seeking work. If you aren't planning on continuing your job search, then no, you would not be eligible. For MA it appears to be a two step process, applying for unemployment benefits and then requesting weekly payments. While you may be eligible to apply, you would then fail the weekly ...


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Google for free/low cost legal help in your county in California and get a lawyer to read the NDA and advise you on what you can/can't say. There could be an exception already in the NDA. See California Bar - Free Legal Help. If not, they may need to contact the legal representatives of your past employer to amend the NDA so you can give the unemployment ...


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