www.fluidnow.com, which is the official website of Florida Agency, claims your weeks online for Workforce Innovation’s. Their UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION claims, The Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation’s Unemployment Compensation (UC) program. Unemployment Compensation which is also called unemployment insurance, provides temporary wage replacement benefits to qualified individuals who are out of work through no fault of their own. If you have questions regarding the information provided to you through this website, please call in 1-800-204-2418.
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION APPEALS:
the Unemployment Compensation Program, Office of Appeals in the Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation. The Office of Appeals resolves disputed unemployment compensation claims and tax liability protests.
If you have questions regarding the information provided to you through this website, please call 1-800-204-2418.
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFIT PAYMENT CONTROL:
Unemployment Compensation fraud is a serious offense that can result in prosecution and incarceration. If you are aware of an individual that is fraudulently receiving benefits you should immediately contact the Agency for Workforce Innovation by calling, toll-free 1-800-342-9909 or submit the information on-line. You need not identify yourself when reporting suspected fraudulent activity, however, you must be able to provide the worker’s name and the name or work location of his or her employer.
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION SPECIAL PROGRAMS
Disaster Unemployment Assistance
If you have been working or residing in an officially declared disaster area and are now unemployed as a result of the disaster, you may be eligible for Unemployment Compensation Benefits or Disaster Unemployment Assistance.
Short Time Compensation Information for Employees
A special claims program that pays partial benefits to groups of employees working reduced hours. Employers may elect to participate in this program to retain valued employees by reducing hours for an entire group of employees instead of resorting to temporary layoffs.
Short Time Compensation Information For Employers
A special claims program that pays partial benefits to groups of employees working reduced hours. Employers may elect to participate in this program to retain valued employees by reducing hours for an entire group of employees instead of resorting to temporary layoffs. Application Form for Employers.
Trade Readjustment Assistance — Training Assistance Allowance
Assistance for workers who have been totally or partially separated from their jobs because of increased foreign imports. The Training Assistance Allowance program can provide benefits associated with training, job search, relocation allowances, and other reemployment services. Trade Readjustment Assistance can provide weekly cash benefits.
Unemployment Compensation for Ex-Service Members
5 U.S.C. CH. 85 provides for the payment of unemployment compensation for former members of the Armed Forces (ex-service members), referred to as UCX claims, and provides that federal military service and wages are to be treated as though they had been included under each state’s unemployment compensation law.
Compensation under the UCX program is paid by each state’s Employment Security agencies in accordance with agreements between the states and the Secretary of Labor. Claims are taken in accordance with the Florida Unemployment Compensation Law and Regulations.
Unemployment Compensation to Federal Civilian Employees
5 U.S.C. CH. 85 provides for the payment of unemployment compensation to federal civilian employees who are unemployed. The Law covers all civilian employees of the United States or instrumentalities wholly or partially owned by the United States, with certain specified exceptions. This program is referred to as UCFE.
Compensation under the UCFE program is paid by state employment security agencies in accordance with agreements between the states and the Secretary of Labor. Federal civilian service and wages are assigned to the state of the employee’s last official station with certain exceptions, and are to be treated as though they were included under that states unemployment compensation law. Claims are taken in accordance the the Florida Unemployment Law and Regulations.