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Question:

Can Someone File for Unemployment While on Suspension?

Answer:

YES, an employee who is currently on a suspension can in fact file for Unemployment Benefits and qualify if they are not receiving pay during the suspension. In the case of a suspension, the state will typically still adjudicate as a discharge, which means that the employer has the burden of proof to establish misconduct connected with the work. If you as an employer have placed someone on suspension and Corporate Cost Control reaches out to request separation information due to receiving a claim, you should provide full details pertaining to that suspension. Simply responding, ‘claimant is on suspension’ without providing any specific details or documentation will usually result in the claimant being awarded benefits. Your dedicated CCC Service team can assist you with the process and help answer any questions regarding the needed information and how to proceed for your specific case – Just ask we’re here to help!


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