What disqualifies you for unemployment in Wisconsin?

A claimant is ineligible for benefits for any week in which (s)he worked, missed work and/or received or will receive holiday, vacation, dismissal or sick pay totaling 32 or more hours from one or more employers.

How do I contact Wisconsin unemployment?

Please contact the Unemployment Insurance Division at (414) 435-7069 or toll-free at (844) 910-3661 to request information in an alternate format, including translated to another language.

What qualifies you for Pua in Wisconsin?

To be eligible for PUA, you must be unemployed, partially unemployed, or unable or unavailable to work due to one of the COVID-19 related reasons listed below: You have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and are seeking a medical diagnosis.

What is disqualification EDD?

A written disqualification (Notice of Determination or Determination/Ruling, DE 1080) is the method by which a claimant is formally denied benefits for failure to meet certain standards established by the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Code or its implementing regulations, Title 22.

What is good cause to quit a job in Wisconsin?

Some reasons for good cause are: An employer asked them to do something illegal. An employer jeopardized the worker’s health, leaving them no alternative but to quit. An employer jeopardized the health of a worker’s immediate family, leaving them no alternative but to quit.

Who is in charge of Wisconsin unemployment?

The Bureau of Legal Affairs (BOLA) is responsible for providing legal services to the Unemployment Insurance program. These services include: Conducting both benefit and employer status hearings.

Is Pua still available in Wisconsin?

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC), and Federal Pandemic Unemployment compensation (FPUC) ended on September 4, 2021. No payments can be made under these programs for September 5, 2021 or later.