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yael

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2010-09-21 16-19-33

question re: doing a job i'm not qualified to do ok, i'm a contractor working for a company and have been performing a job function for the past two weeks that i'm not qualified to do, and am struggling with it. i've been ed out recently by my manager for not being up to snuff on my deliverable. if i resign, can i collect unemployment because of this reason? thanks.
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sherrin

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2010-09-26 9-37-47-

no, you can't get unemployment after 2 weeks you especially can't get it if you resign because you're unqualified. you're only supposed to get it if you're forced to resign because of them.
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nahas

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2010-10-08 18-28-32

i've been under contractor for over a year i was hired to perform function X, which i did for over a year, but then have been asked to perform function Z.
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2010-10-11 9-36-24-

If you are a contractor (1099) you don't .... qualify for UI no matter what because you pay your own taxes and you don't pay into UI insurance. If you were a W2 employee where taxes are taken out of your checks it means your employer pays into UI insurance. There are times when you can quit and collect UI however, that is not one of them. If your employer fires you for not being able to do a task or for any other reason where you are not qualified to do the task, then you can collect UI (if W2 employee only), but not if you quit because of it. Your state's UI site should explain when one can qualify for UI.
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  • yael

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    2010-12-19 4-42-15-

    not independent i'm employed by a consulting company. i'm a W2 employee. thanks for the info.
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    smartt

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    careful how you use the term 'contractor' then.. You should not refer to yourself as a 'contractor' (1099). You are an 'employee' (W2) There is a huge difference in 1099 and W2 workers/rights/laws. In that case, if they terminate you, you are eligible for UI benefits as long as you meet all of the other requirements which should be listed on your state's website.
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  • krichbaum

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    2011-01-06 13-49-06

    no let them fire you
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