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Lauren Broad
2 days ago
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I’m having issues signing up for unemployment can anyone help me please?? #unemployment

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Michael Carvalho
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Susann,

What is it you are needing help with? You have lost your job through no fault of your own, and you did not quit for personal reasons or were terminated for misconduct; You must be totally or partially unemployed; You must have a minimum amount of wages earned in what is called the "base period," which is the first 12 months of the past 15 months from when you filed your claim; At the time you apply, you must be able to work, available for work, and actively seeking work, unless otherwise exempt from this requirement. This includes being physically able to perform a job and having childcare if necessary. You may be unable to receive benefits for the following reasons:

You voluntarily left work without good cause. You were discharged for misconduct connected with work. You were discharged for a dishonest act. You refused to accept a suitable offer of work. You received or will receive wages instead of a notice of termination. You received or will receive Workers’ Compensation. You are unemployed because of a labor dispute. You are on a voluntary leave of absence. You are unemployed because you were suspended. You are receiving unemployment benefits from another state. You made a false or fraudulent misrepresentation to obtain benefits. You are receiving income, such as retirement pay or severance pay. You are not monetary eligible (i.e. you do not have enough wages in the base period). You must: ­Have been paid wages* in two or more calendar quarters in the base period; ­Have a total base period wages* of at least 1 ½ times the wages in the quarter having the highest earnings; and ­Have at least $3,400 total wages* in the base period. The base period for your claim is the first four of the last five completed calendar quarters before your benefit claim begins. Your continued eligibility may be impacted if:

You are still working or you are partially unemployed and earning more than your weekly state or federal benefit amount. You are not able and available to work if a job was offered or became available. You have failed to register with the online work registration system (Employ Florida). ­In order to better serve you, Governor DeSantis waived this requirement. Effective March 15, 2020 until September 5, 2020. You have failed to make the required work search requirements. ­In order to better serve you, Governor DeSantis waived this requirement. Effective March 15, 2020 until September 5, 2020. You failed to attend a mandatory appointment for reemployment services. These appointments are randomly chosen by CareerSource centers, not all individuals are selected to utilize these services. You have been employed during the one week waiting period. ­In order to better serve you, Governor DeSantis waived this requirement. Effective March 29, 2020 until September 5, 2020, which means you will be paid for the waiting week if you filed your application for Reemployment Assistance during this timeframe. CARES Act Eligibility The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act, signed into law on March 27, 2020, expands Reemployment Assistance benefits. Benefits will be paid from the date individuals became eligible under the CARES Act. At this time, individuals who apply for Reemployment Assistance whose employment was negatively impacted as a result of COVID-19 will follow the same application, review and payment process as all applicants for Reemployment Assistance in Florida. Programs included in the CARES Act are:

Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) – provides an additional $600 per week to any individual eligible under Florida law for Reemployment Assistance or federal unemployment programs. This benefit is available for weeks claimed March 29, 2020 – July 25, 2020, in addition to the funds owed under Florida law to eligible individuals. * This funding is subject to federal withholding taxes Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) – provides up to $275 in weekly benefits to those not ordinarily eligible for Reemployment Assistance, in addition to the FPUC funding. This includes individuals who are self-employed or contract employees. For those eligible, this benefit is available beginning February 2, 2020 through the week ending December 26, 2020. * This funding is subject to federal withholding taxes. PUA Eligibility: You may be eligible if your employment has been either lost or interrupted because, as a direct result of COVID-19, one or more of the following occurred: you became unemployed, you were scheduled to begin work but no longer have a job or you became the primary breadwinner due to the death of the head of household, and you are not eligible for state Reemployment Assistance. This includes individuals who are gig workers, self-employed or contract employees.

You may be ineligible for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance if:

Your unemployment is not a direct result of COVID-19. You commit fraud in order to obtain PUA benefits. You are eligible for state Reemployment Assistance benefits or extended benefits under state or Federal law or Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC). You have the ability to telework and receive wages. You are receiving paid sick leave or other paid leave benefits. You are not able and available for work. You are no longer unemployed. You are receiving wages that are more than your weekly state or federal benefit amount. Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) – provides up to $275 in weekly benefits and allows up to an additional 13 weeks of benefits added to the end of state Reemployment Assistance benefits available beginning March 29, 2020 through the week ending December 26, 2020, in addition to the FPUC funding. This means claimants may collect unemployment benefits for a longer period of time than under normal circumstances. PEUC will provide individuals with up to $275 in weekly benefits. * This funding is subject to federal withholding taxes.

DEO will gather your employment information and determine whether you qualify. When the department receives information regarding your claim, the following will happen:

Your claim will be referred to a Reemployment Assistance representative to determine eligibility. You may be contacted for additional information by telephone, email or mail. A separate determination will be made for each job separation that may affect your claim. Other determinations may be made for each eligibility requirement that may affect your claim.

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Shay Renee
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Were you able to get any help

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Michael Carvalho
2 days ago
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#MyThoughts

Why is it people feel they need to take advantage of others? We all are given the same tools to succeed, yet they are always a few who try to cheat the system? We are a community who tries to better each other. Sharing advice, jobs and support. Yet a few rotten apples try to steal the pot. Is it really worth taking advantage of people who are dealing with job loss? PersonL issues or just trying to find job. They come to the community for advice, support or guidance on bettering their life. I enjoy reading post of people who obtained a job, built a resume, or ask a question? Helping has always been a part of my life and I am a firm believer in if you do it from the heart it comes back ten fold. A person who helps another and brags about it receives their reward right now? I prefer to wait for the rewards in my afterlife. That’s just me. To read a person got a job, or something worked to better one’s life. That is the best reward in itself. To the people who try to scam, I do not hold onto the past, start today by changing your ways. If you need help ask? This community offers many people who deeply care and willing to help you land a honest job. All you have to do is ask for help? Have you ever thought about what it cost to obtain the assistance people in this community offer? Trust me it is not cheap, yet people are willing to assist you with finding an honest job? Start by building your resume, ask questions? Let the community help you and watch the rewards of the talents this community offers! #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #hiringevents #healthcare #deliverydriver #jobsearch #ridesharedriver #foodservices #application

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Ford Simpson
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You have described what it is to be humane. I love to donate and give gifts of knowledge anonymously,it's much more satisfying. The scammers think they have found an easy way to make money,no regard for their fellow man or woman or child. They don't realize that they are digging a hole that they may not get out of unless the helping hand from those they scammed is extended(and we do). Thanks Ford

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Arianna 26
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personally feel the Senate and Congress are taking advantage of the American people vulnerability and showing their true colors of how this operates during a world crisis where everyone is at risk of death. If we could function like Canada we would have stability not confusion.

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Shirley Bibbs
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The toughest part about landing a job right now is...

My age seems to play an intergral part in my employment. I'm retired as of January 31st of this year. I have 53 years in the work industry. I'm very experienced in multi jobs and I could be an assest to a company. I'm still able to work. #parttime

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Shirley Bibbs
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I would be interested in receptionist/ switchboard, .Now that I'm retired a job less demanding requiring no heavy lifting. Thanks

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Lenin Pina
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Hi Shirley, the healthcare industry is in dire need of skilled and courageous workers right now. Healthcare organizations are showing a boost in direct care and office support hiring opportunities. What city/state are you looking for job options?

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Robert Cabler
about 23 hours ago
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They're saying that they haven't came to a conclusion on the extension for the extra $600 this is my wife 6 week but she still hasn't got any #

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Robert Cabler
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cousin people of whole lot of Heartache I wish it was over with you would to God he's in control

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frank click
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altho that program has ended. check your credit reports and see if some kind of judgement or was paid.

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Cynthia Brown
3 days ago
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I’m waiting on unemployment as well they haven’t paid me in 6 weeks no job yet going to lose everything this has been one of the worse things that has ever happen to me and I’m sure many other the government doesn’t care that we are staving and will have no place to live I’m at that point I have always worked for everything I have and some of you make comments that theirs plenty of jobs you don’t know me or any of us that are in a hard place so stop making comments about things you know nothing about

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JdizzeL 0712
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Same boat

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Ralph Mcculley
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I was going through that a little while ago. I lost my job after 14 years. I've never been without a job since I was 15. Been working full time since I've been 18. I had a working interview 30 days after I was laid off. That messed up my unemployment. I went to court and fought it. I got it back, I ended up getting a part time job and since my last job was kind of a high paying job I was able to collect partial unemployment. Then my job closed up for the summer so when I filed my two week unemployment I put down no earnings. Well, that screwed it up AGAIN! I got a email saying that my file was not complete and a representative from the UE office will get in touch with me. Two weeks went by and nothing! No call, nothing in the mail. The email even told me not to call them. Well I did! I called for three days I kept hitting redial over and over again. I finally got through and was on hold for an hour and a half. It took the lady on the other end to fix the problem in ten minutes. Its a pain in the butt, but do what I did! Just keep calling , if it takes a thousand times to call, just do it!!!! You paid into that money! You're entitled to it. I know I am. I've been paying into unemployment for over 30 years!

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Michael Carvalho
1 day ago
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Career One Stop Resources !

This is a list of the Career One Stop Resources available to you.

More CareerOneStop Resources mySkills myFuture www.mySkillsmyFuture.org

Worker ReEmployment www.CareerOneStop.org/ReEmployment Veterans ReEmployment

www.CareerOneStop.org/ReEmployment/Veterans Credentials Center

www.CareerOneStop.org/Credentials

Business Center www.CareerOneStop.org/BusinessCenter

Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders www.CareerOneStop.org/ExOffender

Disaster Recovery Services www.CareerOneStop.org/DRS

Competency Model Clearinghouse www.CareerOneStop.org/CompetencyModel

For information about jobs, training, and career resources call 1-877-US2-JOBS or TTY 1-877-889-5627. Email: info@CareerOneStop.org www.CareerOneStop.org #workfromhome #interview #hiringevents #deliverydriver #healthcare #coronavirus #foodservices #ridesharedriver #application #jobsearch

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JdizzeL 0712
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Im not willing to change carreers. And take a 50% pay cut. What else you got for me?

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JdizzeL 0712
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If the govenment cant support its citizens then there should not be one atall.

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Justin Henry
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Wow! Dr. Birx says a mask can be a fashion statement?!

Post your favorite photo of yourself in a mask at work or just out and about here.

Stay safe and healthy. Masks can be a fashion statement.

#coronavirus

https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/02/politics/birx-coronavirus-new-phase-cnntv/index.html

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Bridgett Irving
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This is the most popular one ,blue with wire for nose.

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Richard Tususian
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Oh, yes. All my little friends in the West Village have masks that read, "DIE TRUMP". We get compliments and thumbs up about them all the time.

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Higgings Sara
about 11 hours ago
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Hi. I just got here and I found out that lots of people have issues with receiving/ filing their unemployment claim funds. Any American citizen who has filled for unemployment Thus, facing issues in regards to that, should contact the official GGF hotline at +1(571) 316-1859. Call or text about your issues with claiming your unemployment compensation benefits as stated by the New Federal legislation. Thank me later. They have really helped I and my family in this time of COVID-19.

#unemployment

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Michael Carvalho
3 days ago
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Please Be Aware of Paul Gant

He is posting for Car Wraps, please read this? Have you seen ads promising easy money if you shrink-wrap your car — with ads for brands like Monster Energy, Red Bull, or Pepsi? The “company” behind the ads says all you have to do is deposit a check, use part of it to pay a specified shrink-wrap vendor, and drive around like you normally would. But don’t jump onto the bandwagon. It’s only easy money for the scammer who placed the ads.

How you spot the “offer” You might see an ad on a job board or on social media. Or someone might send you a message — maybe because they saw your profile or resume on a job site.

How the scam works The message says you’ll make a couple hundred bucks. But when the “company” sends you a check, it’s for much more than that — a couple thousand dollars. They tell you to deposit the check, keep part of it as your share, and wire the rest to another company that will wrap your car.

Weeks after you wire the money, the check bounces and your bank tells you it was a fake. The money you kept as “your share” disappears, and the money you wired is long gone — no getting it back. On top of that, you’re on the hook for paying your bank back for the fake check. And, of course, no one’s wrapping your car.

How you can tell it’s a scam If you get a message urging you to deposit a check and wire money back, it’s a scam. Every time. No matter the story. And if this were a legitimate car wrap opportunity, wouldn’t the company directly pay the car-wrapping vendor, instead of asking you to do it?

Has this happened to you? File a complaint at ftc.gov/complaint — select Scams and Rip-offs, then Counterfeit Checks. Want to know more? Read our articles to learn how to spot variations on fake checks and money wiring scams.

#workfromhome #coronavirus #interview #healthcare #deliverydriver #hiringevents #ridesharedriver #application #jobsearch #foodservices

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Laila Nashat
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Hi all,

Jobcase is committed to preventing scammers from gaining a foothold in our community and we regret that their presence impacted your experience here on our site. We are listening to your complaints and are working hard to creatively and effectively improve our response time to scammers.

The threat scammers pose to our members is real, and we urge anyone who identifies a scam account to report their content. To report a scam: click on the three dots in the upper right-hand corner, then click “Report.”

Thanks very much for contributing your thoughts on scams and continuing to be active and valuable members of the Jobcase Community.

All the best, Laila

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Bill Perrino
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Job case is also BS!! The trick you into their website by saying FEMA is hiring in your area. Ask a few questions and you end up here. They suck

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Alexandrea Broad
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Looking for a new job work from home in hospitality? HSS is hiring throughout the US! Click here: https://is.gd/jsI6PS #unemployment

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