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Robert Haber

There is no perfect place to work.There will always be people and bosses you can’t stand.The main thing is the opportunity for advancement and the money

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Michael Carvalho

First of all if you are still unemployed why not start by contacting your unemployment agency? Just because you haven’t received your payments doesn’t mean you will not get them. One of the biggest issues with unemployment is due to most states having old computer systems. Keeping in mind the fraud claims that others file on someone’s behalf. Therefore, this can result in delays of receiving your funds. You will eventually receive your payments. You will not be eligible to receive funds for the weeks you haven’t applied. Although it can be frustrating to deal with when contacting the Department of Unemployment. Understand they are dealing with volumes of calls. As long as you keep track of your inquiries, you will eventually be paid If determine your claim is approved.

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Michael Wilson

Mr. Grawet, I'm facing a similar situation with unemployment. .I was recieving my benefits until September and all of the sudden it was stopped because for some reason I was deemed incarcerated in which I was never incarcerated!!!!!! So after getting that issue resolved I then was told to summit documents that prove my identity!!! I finally got the requested information downloaded and it's been several weeks but my benefits still have not been released!!!! I need someone to help me with answers and or solutions for this really stressful situation!!!!!

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Karol Lutgen

I didn't see a question

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Talosaga Ifopo

I'd worked two jobs and I had to quit one of my job because of how far to commute and it's only part time too. But I kept other job which is close to my house.

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teresa Espinoza

You shouldn't lose your job for testing positive for covid. I was out for 3 weeks and still had my job. You need to be put in a medical leave and when you're cleared to return to work, the doctor will give you a release paper.

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teresa Espinoza

If you do your job and don't get sucked in to the drama you will be ok. It's hard at times but just take problems to your head boss and let them deal with the problems. As long as they see you're doing what's required of you, you're good.

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Suzanne Fonda

Yeah I got fired because I had to have non-elective surgery then come to find out the next day that my surgeon had covid and I had to quarantine. And now I can't find a job to save my life. And unemployment keeps trying to kick me off even though I've only been on it for 9 weeks and they just started paying me the amount I was actually due. It's terrible I know people who have jobs and are still getting money under unemployment. How is it my fault that they are getting scammed? I was "allowed" back to work for two days worked my ass off then got fired for the most insensitive, illegal reasons.

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Katherine Temples

My son is on SSI and hasn't received the first one nor the second on nor have I

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Judy Cozart

Hey, If It Sounds Too Good To Be True...IT USUALLY IS 🤦‍♀️‼️

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