Read more before and especially after:
Here are my notes from this presentation.
- People are waiting for weeks after being approved. $500M has been given out in the last two months, more than the total over the last 7 years. If you haven’t received your check, be patient. Trying to expedite.
- For those who didn’t file, some claims can be backdated, not all.
- For those who have caregiving responsibilities for school-age children, and their regular childcare options are not available, benefits are still available.
- If hours were cut, one might be eligible, but it depends on the number of hours worked and the amount of pay. [No answer to the question regarding a reduction in hourly rate.] Stop filing when you begin full-time work, not when you get paid.
- For teachers whose summer jobs are canceled, file anyway.
- For more help, call 271-7700 or refer to guidance for unemployment: https://www.nhes.nh.gov