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Post by candacenikole on Wed Dec 11, 2013 5:05 pm


I'm freaking out a little as it has been an extremely long time since I opened my Unemployment Claim. I was ran out of a job by a new supervisor. He basically made me do all of his work, deal with audits, supervise employees, etc. while not turning in my correct hours (all for $13/hour). They eventually made me leave my sisters wedding from out of town for a fabricated emergency so they could go home early on a Sunday. My employees were even disgusted as they hadn't received any breaks since the supervisor refused to relieve them. Six others have now left just from my department!

Needless to say I was a little rash and left. I attempted to file, figuring I would not qualify, which I did not. I had no proof of my hours as everything was done electronically (which coincidentally malfunctioned when I asked for a print out). UIA deemed my leaving not within the realm of what an normal person would do. Which is crazy considering $285 every two weeks for full time work and 2 hours per day commute is obscene. I was skipping lunch so I would have enough money for gas and a sitter for the kiddo.

I was told by UIA that I would requalify when I had earned a minimum f $4300 at another job. I gained employment, which I was laid off from but this happened after exceeding said required minimum.

I reopened my claim and they submitted it to the first mentioned employer. I called and told UIA I knew the employer would deny me, and that I was told I had to make a minimum amount since I already had a benefit year in effect. Now it has been an extremely long time and it still says "Pending Adjudication".

Does anyone know how this works? Or about minimum wage requirements? I have been borrowing money to get me through (as Michigan has become a jobless state) and I worry I will not receive my compensation.

The deduction column has moneys withheld, but no benefit payment issued. It says "Open Non-Monetary Issue". I'm at my wits end! I cannot obtain employment at most places I have inquired due to being overqualified, which is silly since I NEED a job. My degree isn't in the correct field for the medical positions that are hiring. I had to quit school a while back just three credit hours shy of my next degree due to money issues. I cannot re-enroll because that makes me ineligible for my compensation.

Any advice?


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Re: Michigan- Ineligible, Gained eligibility, WAITING!

Post by elvis44102 on Wed Dec 11, 2013 6:43 pm

welcome to the forum!

The state will have a record of the Amount you made anywhere referenced by FIEN number, you can get a FIEN number yourself from a few different websites for free (two free numbers).
If you worked W-2 there IS a record, keep calling Unemployment to prod them along

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Re: Michigan- Ineligible, Gained eligibility, WAITING!

Post by jmainframe on Sat Dec 14, 2013 1:28 pm

Until unemployment comes down, giving people options to go elsewhere, companies will continue to pull stunts like this, hiring hatchetmen (and hatchetwomen) to get people to quit.

Managers and supervisors in these kinds of companies should go to jail, but we all know this will never happen. All we can hope for is that unemployment falls, and managers/supervisors in these companies are forced to act like normal human beings.

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