CAN I COLLECT UNEMPLOYMENT IF I AM A PART-TIME JOB HAVING LOST A FULL-TIME JOB? HOW ARE ESTIMATED DURATION AND AMOUNT?
As the perception of contributory unemployment benefit is compatible with the employed workforce part-time, if the loss of full-time employment has been involuntarily, would be legally unemployed and could receive the benefit, provided it meets the rest of general requirements.
The duration of the delivery is calculated taking into account all periods that have not been used in the six years prior to the date of legal unemployment, and these include the quotations from work that loses, which maintains and those of all labour relations that had in that period.
The amount of the allowance is calculated from the contributions of the past 180 days worked prior to cease, considering the corresponding to the contract which expires and to which maintains. This amount is deducted the proportional share of work part time.
More information about the compatibility of the delivery and work in: “I am claiming unemployment and I have found a job”.