I have lived and worked in Nebraska for the majority of 2016. In Sept of 2016, I decided to become self-employed and moved to the start of Missouri. After just 6 weeks in Missouri, a corporate opportunity became available in the State of Kansas which i decided to take. Thinking I was going to have a long and prosperous career, the company decided to downsize and laid me off after only working for them a little less 5 months in the State of Kansas. Now unfortunately, I do not have a job and feel that I may not qualify for unemployment benefits. Please Help!
If an employee transfers in order to accept a better paying job it is likely that their prior employer is responsible for the unemployment. However, you would need to ask a Nebraska attorney as to Nebraska's rules.
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