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Not being scheduled-Am I laid off? California

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    I was working for a pharmacy in California full time. All of the sudden I was taken off the schedule. They schedule me a 4-hour shift once every month if I am lucky. At what point am I considered laid off? Can I file for unemployment?

    A list of codes for me to review would be much appreciated as well.

    Last edited by michaelt.smith; 05-29-2012, 01:47 PM.

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    I would definitely apply for unemployment ins. The state will decide if you qualify or not.

    Someone else may come along with some add'l. information for you.
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    • #3
      I can give you a pointer to the California Unemployment Insurance Code, but I am not sure how that helps you.
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