Category: File Unemployment Claims

Unemployment Adjudication and Fact Finding Mechanism

Adjudication is the legal process for settling the dispute between employee and employer. An unemployed individual applies with the state for weekly unemployment insurance. The state’s labor department begins the process by contacting the last employer to verify the reason for termination of employment. The last employer can question the claim and based on this,… Read More »

How To Stop filing For Unemployment Insurance

Stopping your unemployment benefits is usually a step that follows retirement, vacation or securing a new job. Unemployment Insurance programs provide monetary benefits to eligible people so that they have temporary financial assistance until they find another stable source of income. Unlike filing for the benefits, filing to stop the benefits is an easy task.… Read More »

How to Reopen Unemployment Claims

If you had a UI claim through a previous employment and received weekly payments,  later secured a job and then unfortunately became unemployed again, you may want to consider re-applying for UI benefits if your previous benefit year expired. Most states allow you to reopen your existing claim if it is still in the same… Read More »

Georgia Unemployment Guide

If you are unemployed and based in Georgia, you should check out the resource article published by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution online edition. Here is a summary and refer to article source for all the details How to apply for unemployment in Georgia: Georgia Department of Labor Career Centers: Directory by City: Where Atlanta job seekers… Read More »