Recently a number clients have asked about what is truly considered a Lack of Work for unemployment purposes. A Lack of Work is really any time a employee is not working 40 hours per week.  It can come in many different packages:

 

 

These reasons would result in a claimant being found eligible to receive unemployment. It is important to note that the claimant must also show the state that they are are able and available and actively seek full-time work.

As an employer, in most cases, you will be responsible for unemployment charges related to the claimant collecting benefits.  The only exception to this may be a regularly scheduled part-time employee or due to a natural disaster. Of course, this also is dependent on the state that you are in.

Do you have a layoff coming up or questions regarding Lack of Work or any other UI issue? Contact CCC!


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