Tag: Unemployment Compensation

  • Wrongful Termination And Unemployment Benefits: What You Need To Know

    Wrongful Termination And Unemployment Benefits: What You Need To Know

    Can You Collect Unemployment If You Get Fired? When employees get fired, it can be a confusing time. Unemployment benefits are there to provide financial assistance to those who qualify, but can you collect unemployment if you get fired? The short answer is: it depends on the circumstances. Since Florida is an “at-will” state, employers…

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  • What Is the Florida Reemployment Assistance Program?

    What Is the Florida Reemployment Assistance Program?

    In 2012, Florida became the first state to rebrand its Unemployment Compensation Benefits Program as the Reemployment Assistance Program. And with it (in 2011) came a more stringent unemployment compensation policy: the number of weeks claimants could collect benefits was reduced, they were required to complete a research skills test, and they had to file…

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  • Top 10 Florida Unemployment Questions Answered

    Top 10 Florida Unemployment Questions Answered

    If you’ve been let go from your job through no fault of your own, you probably have a lot of questions regarding unemployment compensation. Florida has its own rules regarding who is eligible, benefit amounts, and prior earnings requirements. If you meet the state’s requirements and are available, able, and actively looking for a new…

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  • 5 Reasons You May Be Denied Unemployment Benefits in Florida

    5 Reasons You May Be Denied Unemployment Benefits in Florida

    If you’ve recently lost your job, there are several reasons you may be denied unemployment benefits in Florida. Most of them can be tied to employee misconduct, but it’s important to know that many eligible Florida residents can be denied unemployment benefits for a number of other reasons and sometimes through no fault of their…

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