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Post by mrmucciethamc on Thu Jul 14, 2011 7:54 pm

OKay,

Here's my situation. I was terminated (not laid off) from my position in March 2009. I was able to collect Tier 4 up until the beginning of November of '10. After 7 months of no income whatsoever, I landed a part time job in June of 2011. I called up the UI office and asked them if i earned 4 times my weekly benefit rate that if the disqualification will be lifted and I will be able to earn EB and collect partial unemployment. They said yes, but they told me the governor's rule is you have to earn 4 times your weekly benefit rate in the first 4 weeks you start working. Has anyone else heard of that?

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Post by lendmeflight2 on Thu Jul 14, 2011 8:16 pm

And you didn't?

I thought it went by quarters.
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Post by mrmucciethamc on Thu Jul 14, 2011 10:24 pm

And i didn't what?

I just started the job been there about 3 weeks and was wondering if what the woman on the phone says was true.

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Post by mrmucciethamc on Thu Jul 14, 2011 10:25 pm

Because the nj dol website says nothing about the governor's new rule regarding EB on the NJ DOL website

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Post by Guest on Thu Jul 14, 2011 10:59 pm

The person you spoke with is probably correct. I don't know what the qualifications are in NJ because each state is different, but RI has a similar law - if you earn a certain amount of money within six (or eight weeks) after you exhaust your benefits, you can open a new claim. Again, you will have to wait until you are laid off again - I don't think the new claim, if you are eligible, would be for the same amount of money.

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Post by lstjr on Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:20 pm

Have you exhausted your benefits or were you disqualified from EB? If you were disqualified this might help answer your question. I live in Oregon and went back through the letters I received from the UD that pertain to EB. I received a letter in June of '10 five months before my benefits ran out. The letter says “If you claim a week and did not seek work during the week , you will be disqualified until you have worked in four (4) separate weeks and earned a total of four (4) times your weekly benefit amount.”. Hope this helps. Blessed be.
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Post by mrmucciethamc on Fri Jul 15, 2011 3:48 pm

i was disqualified from EB. all it says on the NJ website is:

If an individual was disqualified for misconduct or refused suitable work on their regular unemployment insurance claim or while collecting EUC benefits, the individual may be held disqualified for EB benefits, unless they have subsequently earned four times their weekly benefit rate to overcome this disqualification.

Says absolutely nothing about it having to be within 4 weeks.

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