Depende. Los beneficios de desempleo están disponibles para individuos que están totalmente o parcialmente desempleados sin culpa alguna. Si todavía hay trabajo disponible con su empleador (ya sea en persona o teletrabajo), puede que usted no califique para beneficios. Haga clic aqui para más información… Read More
➤ ¿Puedo recibir desempleo si decido no trabajar por que no quiero arriesgarme a ir a trabajar durante la orden de toque de queda estatal?
En la mayoría de casos, no. A partir de ahora, los beneficios de desempleo están disponibles para personas que están totalmente o parcialmente desempleadas sin culpa alguna.. Si su empleador u oficial de salud no le a ordenado ponerse en cuarentena y usted a decidido… Read More
No, el estado ha cancelado el periodo de espera.
No, the state waived the waiting period.
It depends. Unemployment benefits are available to individuals who are totally or partially unemployed due to no fault of their own. If work is still available with your employer (whether in-person or by teleworking), you may not qualify for benefits. Click HERE for more info… Read More
➤ Can I still receive unemployment if I choose not to work because I do not want to risk going to work during a state order to stay at home?
In most cases, no. As of right now, unemployment benefits are available to people who are totally or partially unemployed due to no fault of their own. If you have not been directed to self-quarantine yourself by your employer or a health official and are… Read More
If you believe your job site is unsafe, or that proper precautions are not in place to keep you safe, we need to know. Representatives will work with you and the contractor to make sure that the job site is following proper safety guidelines. If… Read More
➤ Will we be receiving hazard pay moving forward during the COVID-19 pandemic if our job site is still open?
At this time there is no Collective Bargaining Agreement which allows hazard pay in relation to COVID-19. We are looking at future bargaining sessions to address this issue.
The definition of “essential employee” is an employee that performs work involving the safety of human life or the protection of property. Governments have the authority to make this determination, not the Union. We are continuing to monitor the situation and how it affects our… Read More
Union members have access to benefits via the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans. This includes the FCRA (Families First Coronavirus Response Act), the FMLA (The Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act), and the EPSLA (The Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act).