Did any of these former employees attempt to collect unemployment compensation benefits in the last year?
About how many of these former employees claimed unemployment compensation benefits in the last year? An estimate is fine.
To the best of your knowledge were any of these former employees who claimed benefits on your account unemployed because they were laid-off by another employer after he or she left you?
Did you challenge ANY of the unemployment claims made against your business in the last year?
Which best describes your policy toward challenging unemployment compensation claims?
Think of the most recent claim for unemployment benefits filed against you. How long ago was that? Was it within the last year, the last two years, the last three years or longer than that?
To be eligible to collect unemployment compensation benefits, a former employee must be unemployed through no fault of his or her own. Given that qualification, should the most recent former employee who claimed unemployment benefits have been eligible to receive
those benefits or not?
Did you challenge that (most recent) claim?
Which best describes the reason you challenged the (most recent) claim?
Did you challenge the (most recent) claim in writing only, by appearing at the hearing, or by having a lawyer appear at the hearing for you?
Volume 7, Issue 1, 2007
ISSN - 1534-8326
William J. Dennis, Jr.
NFIB Research Foundation
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