Asked by ReenKenney at 3:28 PM on Nov. 20, 2009 inLevel 1 (0 Credits)
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Answer by rkoloms at 3:39 PM on Nov. 20, 2009
Like the pp said- If it is for a medical reason and the doctor has said you can return to light work part time and your work denies you that, then you have a good case. If it is not a medical reason, but more of you just wanting to stay home with your child a little bit longer, then no, you will not be able too. Collecting unemployment after quitting a job, is almost impossible to do, unless you have a really good reason why you quit. For example, my friend just quit her job, working at a jail. She was severally beat up by one of the inmates (and this girl can whoop some a$$ too). After her boss did nothing about it, such as file additional charges on the inmate, and refused to allow her to leave that night to get medical care, she quit. She explained the situation to Department of Labor, and after she submitted the police reports and medical reports, they found her reason to quit, justifiable. Cont..
Answer by JeremysMom at 3:58 PM on Nov. 20, 2009
Cont.. If you think you have a justifiable case, then by all means head over the the DOL and file for unemployment. However, if you want to just be able to stay home for a bit longer, then take how much it would cost you for daycare, lunches, work clothes, gas, wear and tear on your vehicle, etc and see if the cost of working is really worth it. Maybe cut down on the premium tv package and go with the basic, eat at home more, cut out some of your entertainment by staying home and renting a movie, etc. Good luck in whatever you decide!
Answer by JeremysMom at 4:03 PM on Nov. 20, 2009
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