can i draw unemployment if my check stub says temp?I've worked with this company since Sept.and...
I work 40 hrs. a week. The boss is saying out work is running out.
You have worked as a Temp for less than 364 days, therefore you do not qualify for unemployment. Technically speaking though, since you work 40 hours every week?, you are full time and that may lead to an exemption in that qualification. Temps are usually kept at 32 to 35 hours a week, dependent on the state you reside in. You should attempt to file, and see what your state allows. Asking is smarter than not asking in this case.
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