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Unemployment Benefits

I have an employee that works from home in Chicago but the Company is based out of Indiana. She is not working out and we need to let her go. She has been employed for about 60 days. Is she eligible for unemployment benefits?

Depending on if the employee worked for another company will determine her eligibility for unemployment.

Typically, unemployment makes a determination based on how much money an employee earned and how long they earned it. Unemployment goes by base period and it is normally the fifteen month period starting on the day the employee files for unemployment. The most recent three month period is not counted, therefore the twelve months or 4 quarters are counted and an employee must have earnings in at least two quarters.

You should contact the Unemployment office for any clarification or requirements in your specific state.

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