Why is my pay held?
Ifpayment shows as "pay held," this could be for any of several reasons. If you are working part-time and received holiday pay or if you previously worked for a school or educational employer and are between terms, information will be needed from employer before you can receive benefits.
What is the phone number for Ohio unemployment?
Please call (877) OHIO-JOB (1-877-644-6562) or TTY at (888) 642-8203. Breaks in claim can occur if you tried to reopen a claim, but you earned more than your previous weekly benefit amount. If your payment shows as "pay held," this could be for any of several reasons.
How long does it take to get a payment from a debit card?
If your payment shows as "paid" and the amount is listed as $0, this means you should receive payment in your account or on your debit card within 24 to 48 hours. Once the payment is finalized, the amount will be updated.
When will the PEUC be available?
PEUC benefits are available to eligible individuals who exhausted their maximum 26 weeks of traditional unemployment benefits on or after July 1, 2019. Click here to view an infographic showing all the available unemployment programs.
Can I restart my unemployment claim?
After you submit the application, remember to continue filing weekly claims while you wait for your determination. Note that you should not restart your claim if you had other sources of income during the week you intended to claim, and you earned more than your previous unemployment benefit amount.
What happens if you earn 20% of your weekly unemployment?
Earnings equal to or less than 20% of a claimant’s weekly benefit amount will not reduce the amount of benefits paid. Earnings over 20% of the weekly benefit amount will reduce the benefit payment dollar for dollar. Earnings equal to or over the benefit amount will result in no benefits for that week.
How long does it take for a Relia card to be funded?
Bank ReliaCard, you may receive the card in the mail before funds are loaded onto it. Your card will be funded two to three business days after your claim has been approved .
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