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EDUCATIONAL EMPLOYEES. Filing for UI Benefits. Preferred method is online at www.njuifile.net By telephone through a Reemployment Call Center (RCC) Union City – (201) 601-4100 Freehold – (732) 761-2020 Vineland – (856) 507-2340. Base Year .

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filing for ui benefits
Filing for UI Benefits
  • Preferred method is online at www.njuifile.net
  • By telephone through a Reemployment

Call Center (RCC)

    • Union City – (201) 601-4100
    • Freehold – (732) 761-2020
    • Vineland – (856) 507-2340
base year
Base Year
  • The Base Year is the first 4 of the last 5 completed calendar quarters
  • Example: If a is filed claim in May 2013, the base year consists of any employment from January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012
  • Alternate base periods are available if the monetary requirements in the regular base year are not met
monetary eligibility
Monetary Eligibility

To have a valid claim, during the “Base Year” claimants must have:

  • Worked in at least 20 weeks earning $145 per week or more

or

  • Earned at least $7,300 in gross wages
weekly benefit rate wbr
Weekly Benefit Rate (WBR)
  • The maximum rate for 2013 is $624
  • The WBR is calculated by taking 60% of your Average Weekly Wage (which is your total wages earned ÷ weeks worked during your base year)
  • Example: Earned $40,000 over 52 weeks AWW = $769 x 60% = $461 WBR
the law 43 21 4 g
The Law43:21-4(g)

Educational institution employees are ineligible:

  • between academic years or terms, during vacation periods and holiday recesses

if

  • reasonable assurance exists of returning to work in a similar capacity in the succeeding academic years, terms, vacation periods, or holiday recesses.
school employees n j a c 12 17 12 4
School EmployeesN.J.A.C. 12:17-12.4
  • Educational employees are ineligible
    • Any week the begins during the period between terms, vacations, and holiday recesses
    • Have reasonable assurance
reasonable assurance
Reasonable Assurance
  • Agreement to return
    • Oral
    • Written
    • Implied
  • Must return to same or similar work
    • Must consider changes in duties or salary
ineligibility period
Ineligibility Period
  • Begins Sunday of the calendar week following date of notice
  • Notice can be written or verbal
  • If assurance is given on Sunday, that Sunday begins ineligibility
school and non school wages
School and Non School Wages
  • Initial monetary made using all wages
  • Adjudicate school issue (s) (enter det.)
  • Redetermine monetary
    • Cannot use alternative base year
  • Future pend for beginning of school year or end of break
    • Monetary must be adjusted when school resumes after break
educational institution
Educational Institution
  • Any public or non profit including higher education
  • Students are offered organized course of study or training by teachers or instructors
    • Technical, academic, trade
  • Approved and licensed by State DOE
institution of higher education
Institution of Higher Education
  • Admits only those having HS diploma or equivalent
  • Legally authorized by State
  • Provides a degree program or training for gainful employment
  • Public or non profit

All colleges and universities in this State are institutions of higher education

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