What is an Unemployment Unresolved Issue?
It has been 5 weeks I filed this week and there was a message saying it was accepted and to please remember that this is a waiting week ? does this mean I have been approved? and why does previous weeks say not paid due to unresolved issue? I am so confused please help
You really have given me very little to go on to possibly decipher what the issue is.
First, I don't know what state you're in, but I'm willing to assume some basic things in order to try to attempt an answer. If I get something wrong ..please feel free to set me straight.
Most states require us to serve a one week unpaid waiting period. If the message stated that this is your waiting week, it's very possible that you have not yet received the non-monetary determination allowing benefits yet.
The first determination is the monetary. It tells you that you have filed a "valid claim" and also lets you know how much money your claim is worth in total broken down how much you will receive each week while totally unemployed "IF OTHERWISE ELIGIBLE".
This means the issue of whether you are "non-monetarily entitled" to collect, is an issue yet to be determined .. or "resolved" by a claim adjudicator.
Have you received a determination yet which says something along the lines of ..
You voluntarily quit your job. It is found that you voluntarily quit your job with good according to (a statute #) and are therefore eligible for benefits
or if fired ..
You were discharged from your job. It is determined the discharge was not misconduct therefore you are eligible to receive benefits.
It is this sort of determination which must be made by the state, for you to be cleared to be "paid" benefits.
This is the determination which can be easily appealed
by either party (employer, or employee) feeling they have been "aggrieved" the the denial, or allowance of benefits. Chris-Unemployment-Tips.com