Denied bennies....need to earn 2100 in Bona fide work
I am very curious in the state of california what constitutes bona fide work exactly? 2 years ago i was fired but was then immediately hired by a neighbor, made a couple of hundred dollars and filed and collected. Was that wrong or was that bona fide. I can't find a definition that helps me figure out what I need to do.
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Love your Kitty. Bona Fide work .. ya what is it?
I went to the EDD and used the search box. It came back with this fact sheet.
If you do read this, you might notice that almost everything is "bona fide" work, but in actuality .. if your neighbor paid you 200 bucks way back when they should have reported it to the state.
Come on, this just doesn't happen. Did you do something wrong? I don't know.I think this page at the EDD explains what "bona fide work is.
But most states are like this. They want their fingers not in just some pies, but all pies.
As far as what is "covered employment" for unemployment benefit purposes in whatever state someone is asking about I use the USDOL to find out click the current year and then coverage.
Covered employment means and employer is required to pay UI tax on earnings irregardless of how they pay you.