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Should my son accept reduced hours or go on uei New York

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  • Should my son accept reduced hours or go on uei New York

    My 19 yr old son lost his last job an
    Bad was on uei for a few months only earning 75 per week as he didn't earn a lot. He found another job and has been working 25 hrs per week and studying . Boss told him today he has to lay ppl off and he is newest but he wants to keep him one day per week instead if 4. does he have to take that job? It's substantially less hours and a long commute for 8 hrs . Can he get uei again and look for another ft job? Or would refusing one day of work b considered a quit? Or can he apply for uei as Gus hits are reduced? I told him I'd investigate. Thx

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    Quitting is almost always a bad idea as far as the state UI people are concerned. They almost always want the employee to keep the current job while looking for a better job. The employee can try filing UI for the reduced hours. It works or it does not.
    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away".
    Philip K. **** (1928-1982)

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