What does this Mean in Layman's Terms? So at $291 week I have to wait until it exceeds $4947(17wks)
Disciplinary action had been initiated prior to your being fired. You properly notified your employer about
your absence. However your last absence was due to other personal reasons over which you had
control. Misconduct in connection with the work has been established.
You are disqualified for benefits under MES Act, Sec. 29(1)(b). Rework begins with week ending
December 31, 2016. You will not receive benefits until you satisfy the rework requirement.
Rework Requirements: Claimant is disqualified until completion of a $4,947.00 earnings rework
requirement which has not been satisfied.
I can only guess this is a denial for unemployment benefits. If so, it is a standard requirement that you work for a minimum period to qualify for benefits.
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