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  • Pattymd
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    You can in my state as well. Can't believe that NY would be any different.

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  • cbg
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    In most states, and I have no reason to think that NY would be any different, if you still have benefits available when you take a temporary job, you can re-open the claim when the temporary job ends. In fact, I can't say for certain about NY, but in my state, that temporary job might result in your being eligible to file a second claim when the first one expires. (It happened to me.)

    The NY UI commission should be able to give you details specific to your situation.

    Good luck!

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  • gigant
    started a topic TEMPING JOB AND LOOSING UNEMPLOYMENT? New York

    TEMPING JOB AND LOOSING UNEMPLOYMENT? New York

    Hello,

    As per my lay off of last December 2007, I am collecting unemployment
    benefits.

    Yesterday I received a job offer from a "temp-to perm" agency.
    The position offered consists in a 3 month temporary situation at
    hourly pay and, after that, probably the company will hire me permanently.

    Now what happens if during this months, or at the end, things
    don't work out? (ex the company do not hire me or let me go before
    the months)::: Do I lose unemployment benefits?

    Can I still claim my unempl. benefits if you worked less than 6 months/or
    you worked for a temporary agency?

    I am just trying to make my evaluations;

    Thank you for your time and advice;
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