State by state, unemployment laws work similarly to each other, but definitely not .. identically. Therefore .. below you find some of my personal bookmarks that are still useful to me, when I need to know how a state's unemployment insurance laws work to vary the outcome .. even if the eligibility issue might be the same .. and to know how to answer some unemployment questions.
DOLETA's publishes Unemployment Insurance Law Comparison Charts yearly. They can be extremely helpful to seeing how and where unemployment laws do very on some very common reasons.`
My apologies, I've yet to update the state by state unemployment guides found below, however, you can find all years and text about substantive changes, state have made to their own unemployment statutes to date, right here.
Federal Unemployment Insurance Guidelines .. good to know where these are located, as well as what a state may offer as explanation about how their unemployment laws are intended to work.
Maintaining working order of these links has been a part-time job, as states .. and even the federal government move information around frequently .. for some reason.
If there is a broken link, please email me, I'll help you find it and hopefully remember, I have another link to fix asap.
The state of Alabama is not what I would call forthcoming with any valuable information that actually sheds light on how it's laws should be consistently applied to circumstances.. but here's where to find the statutes.. at least.
Alaska is one of three states that does expect employees to pay an unemployment tax. This is probably a good reason for why Alaska unemployment benefit recipiency is consistently higher than most other states.
Arizona unemployment is indicative of what has happened in many states to reduce recipients of benefits to the lowest levels ever. Arizona, has one of the lowest maximum weekly unemployment benefits amount in the country as well.
It's also one of a handful of states that makes finding affordable representation at an unemployment appeal hearing, a bigger challenge, that is.. if you're the claimant in the matter.
Delaware - Do you know where
Many discussions in the Q&A's link to specific pages in many of the resources to help explain the reasoning behind any answer or question I might of asked.