Can we get money owed to us by unemployment like a year + from now or is there a time limit? When I first got approved for benefits last year the “request benefits links” was not on my account for 6 months. When it finally did appear, January of this year, it did not let me request the weeks that I was unable to claim for those 6 months. I put in so many requests and escalations still nothing…So will this be something that they definitely owe me? Or does it nullify at a certain point.
I work for a inventory company and they have briefings before every shift. They have been threatening us that if we don't work fast enough we will be sent home. We are expected to maintain a cph (count per hour) and it is unreasonably high. There is no way most of us can do that without guessing which would result in a inaccurate count which the whole point of our job is to provide a accurate inventory, and there are recounts done by the retail managers at the locations that we work. They stated last shift I worked that they are going to make a dedicated crew of the fastest people between two offices to give the majority of the hours to and also said some of us will be fired. Is this legal? It sounds like discrimination to me. I work hard and so do others we do our best at our job, we don't slack off, engage in unnecessary conversations with coworkers, or anything else that would affect our performance. Also we used to get a "3 minute break" once per shift but now told no breaks whatsoever, don't ask. Our shifts usually are about 6 hours. I thought you were entitled to a 15 minute break after 4 hours but im not sure. This job is in Florida. I really want to ask management about all this but afraid I will be fired or my hours cut even more. What should I do I'm already not getting enough hours to survive but a job is better than no job.
Does anybody have suggestions on collecting unemployment? I did the ID.ME and filed my claim with Florida DEO (mobile.connect.myflorida.com) on 5/18/21 and it is stuck at "Pending" ever since. I wrote my representative and they forwarded me to CONNECT. My account there is locked and every number that I call eventually hangs up on me. The Florida DEO no longer has online waiting. What are my next options? #unemployment #florida EDIT: Add state (FL) as most respondents seem to be in CA. I am also adding details (above & updates) that might make this process slightly less painful for future Floridians. UPDATE 12JUL21: I just called 833-352-7759 (FL DEO) and was able to request a call back. The call back was super helpful except that I was not at home, so I hope to repeat this process and access a similarly helpful person. I will try to reset my PIN at Connect (floridajobs.org) AGAIN and create an account at EmployFlorida.com
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