Ohio Unemployment Benefits

You may just be looking for a weekly unemployment check, but OH unemployment benefits provide so much more than just money. For example, Ohio unemployment benefits include:

1. Weekly benefit check.
2. Career counseling.
3. Job placement services.
4. Job and skill re-training services.
5. Information about other resources and services.
6. Help making a resume and training on how to interview well.

Make sure to take advantage of everything that OH unemployment benefits have to offer, as this will help you to find a job more quickly.

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To go the main Ohio Unemployment page, click here: Ohio Unemployment

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# kathy 2011-05-04 15:48
I have worked for the same company for 20 + years. About 5 years ago we got a new manager. We now work in such a hostile work environment the it has become impossible to tolorate. We are bullied, threathened, people are pushed out, lang standing staff have given up and quit without notice. I cry everyday, have been seeeing my doctor and have health problems related to stress. I have been job hunting for 2 years but without luck I have had 2 interviews but no bites. My question i can I quit my job and collect uemployment because of the daily abuse and harassment. Maybe then I could either go back to school or concentrate on full time employment in another field. Ps others have gone to eap only to have what they say repeated back to management. (small town) please I am desperate can anyone help
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# guest 2011-06-13 09:04
document everything!
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# Debbie 2012-05-19 21:52
I have worked in a Dr.'s office for the past 4 years. The practice's income has been on a steady decline for the pasty 3 years for reasons I won't mention BUT, to compensate for this (and the Dr's extravagant spending & lifestyle they have been cutting costs everywhere (e-mail bills to patients to save postage, etc.).
Well, Friday, just before quitting time, I was told that my hours were being cut from 40 to 20 a week. In other words, I have gone from full-time to part time. So in addition to my paycheck cut in half I am losing all my benefits including health insurance. I cannot live on half pay and certainly cannot afford to pay COBRA for health insurance and full-price for Rx's.
My question is, if I quit (because unemployement would actually be more per week than my paycheck will be) can I qualify for unemployement? I will certainly be looking for work (full-time with benefits) but I have to meet my bills in the meantime.
If the answer to this question is, "No" then what would prevent an employer from cutting an employee's hours from 40 (full-time) to 1 hour a week (part-time with no benefits) and avoiding responsibilitie s for letting a worker go?
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# Ann 2013-01-08 08:11
I have applied for unemployment compensation. My last day of work was Dec. 31. When I receive my last paycheck for my work, I expect to receive two days of vacation pay that I accrued, but that ended up going into the period right after my last work day. ---Ohio Unemployment has sent me a Request for Information (standard form) asking if I have received or will receive vacation pay (in addition to severance etc.) Do these two vacation days fall into that category? THANKS.
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