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This section of PALawHelp.org has information and resources about Unemployment Compensation Benefits in Pennsylvania.

  • Able and Available for Work and Refusal of Suitable Work

    Information from Neighborhood Legal Services Association on the "able and available for suitable work" and "refusal of suitable work" requirements for unemployment compensation. Content Detail

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    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
  • Appealing an Unemployment Compensation Decision

    Information from Neighborhood Legal Services Association on how to appeal a denial of unemployment compensation. Content Detail

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    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
  • Basics of Unemployment Compensation

    General information from Neighborhood Legal Services Association about receiving unemployment compensation benefits. Content Detail

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    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
  • Know Your Employment Rights!

    Information from Community Legal Services of Philadelphia on employment rights including wages, unemployment compensation, family and medical leave, discrimination, workplace injuries, and unions. Content Detail

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    Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
  • Legal Help for Employment Problems from MidPenn Legal Services

    Description of services offered by MidPenn Legal Services to address Employment Problems you may be facing. MidPenn Legal Services serves residents of the following counties: Adams - Bedford - Berks - Blair - Centre - Clearfield - Cumberland - Dauphin - Franklin - Fulton Huntingdon - Juniata - Lancaster - Lebanon - Mifflin - Perry - Schuylkill - York. Content Detail

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    MidPenn Legal Services
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  • Register for Work Online to Keep Your UC Benefits!

    Pennsylvania has a requirement that unemployed people must register for work on CareerLinks’ "JobGateway" website within 30 days of filing for unemployment compensation (UC) benefits. Find out the facts about work registration from Community Legal Services of Philadelphia. Read More

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    Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
  • Representing Yourself at a Unemployment Compensation Referee Hearing

    Tips and suggestions for persons representing themselves at an unemployment compensation hearing from Neighborhood Legal Services Association. Content Detail

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    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
  • Unemployment Compensation

    Information from Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Services about the eligibility requirements and process to obtain unemployment compensation. Content Detail

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    Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Services, Inc.
  • Voluntary Quit

    Information from Neighborhood Legal Services Association on eligibility for unemployment compensation when you voluntarily quit your job. Content Detail

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    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
  • Willful Misconduct

    Information from Neighborhood Legal Services Association on eligibility for unemployment compensation when you are laid off or fired from your job. Content Detail

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    Neighborhood Legal Services Association