If a company is in liquidation and in strike can they fire you or replace you after the strike and is one elligeble for unemploy

Asked over 2 years ago - Wentzville, MO

the comoany is in liquidiation and getting rdy to strike and they are telling employees that they will be fired or perm replaced and get no unemployment if they strike. Is this true?

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  1. Jack Rosenberg


    Contributor Level 11

    Answered . In GA it is correct that you are not entitled to unemployment while on strike. Such laws are patterned after federal requirements and it is likely that is the case in your state. However, you should check with the State Unemployment Agency to be sure.

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