Alabama Unemployment Insurance Benefits – dir.alabama.gov

Alabama unemployment insurance benefits official website is http://dir.alabama.gov. The state of Alabama unemployment benefits provide temporary compensation to those workers meeting the eligibility requirements by the Alabama law.

The Alabama Department of Industrial Relations and each other state’s unemployment office administers its own unemployment insurance program within Federal guidelines.

The value of Alabama unemployment benefits difference from that of other states because each state unemployment office applies its own formulas and limits; when calculating the level of unemployment compensation. The state of Alabama unemployment benefits duration may also different from that of other states.

The basic requirements for collecting unemployment are:

* You must have been employed. The Alabama Department of Industrial Relations publishes requirements for wages earned or time worked during an established period of time referred to as a “base period.”
* You must be determined to be unemployed through no fault of your own as defined under Alabama law.
* You must file ongoing claims and respond to questions concerning your continued eligibility. You must report any earnings from work and any job offers or refusal of work during any claim period.
* Meet any other unemployment eligibility requirements of Alabama law.

For complete details see the Unemployment Insurance section of the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations website. Or you can call the Alabama Unemployment Compensation Division for unemployment related questions from the number : 1-866-234-5382 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              1-866-234-5382      end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              1-866-234-5382      end_of_the_skype_highlighting

Here are some tips for filing a correct and complete unemployment claim:
# Collect the employer names, addresses, and dates of your recent employment. You may find it easiest to do this by collecting any pay stubs or W2s.
# Be prepared to show that your unemployment is not your fault. Keep handy any written notification of your layoff, termination, or severance that you may have received.
# For specific help from a Alabama state government site on filing for unemployment in Alabama.