Si su empleador le ha reducido horas o ha dejado de operar a causa del coronavirus, puede solicitar seguro de desempleo. También puede recibir pagos si la escuela de su hijo o su guardería está cerrada y usted tiene que faltar al trabajo a causa de ello.
- For a complete guide to workers' rights and replacement earnings, visit this guide.
- If your employer has reduced your hours or stopped operations due to coronavirus, you may be able to file an Unemployment Insurance (UI) claim. You may also be eligible for UI payments if your child’s school or daycare is closed and you have to miss work to care for them.
- To be eligible for UI, you must 1) have had work authorization during the time you earned the wages used to establish your claim and 2) still have work authorization each week in which you are claiming benefits. California allows DACA recipients with unexpired work permits to apply for UI benefits if they meet all other eligibility criteria.
- California has waived the usual one-week unpaid waiting period for people missing work due to coronavirus. You can collect UI payments for the first week you are out of work.