Florida Unemployment Compensation Claims

Florida Unemployment Compensation Claims is a place about Florida unemployment compensation related information. You can find benefit programs and get help if you lose your job.

Florida Unemployment Compensation Claims Instructions
For all Florida unemployment compensation related questions, you can find answers at www.fluidnow.com, like the unemployment benefits claim, information about the EUC and EB extensions. Of course, file a Florida unemployment benefits claim, file a claim for extended benefits, unemployment extension payments, unemployment compensation appeals are all available.

In order to qualify for the claim benefits, you must:

  • Have lost your job thru no fault of your own.
  • Be actively looking for a fresh job.
  • Be ready to take a fresh job when offered.
  • Meet wage requirements based on your prior job(s)

All reemployment assistance claims must be filed online. You need four steps to finish your Reemployment Assistance Claim.

  1. File Online – File your reemployment assistance claim online thru Florida’s Internet Claims Filing System (FLUID). This process should take approximately 30 to 60 minutes. Your application must be concluded within 72 hours and by midnight Saturday, Eastern Time, or your information will be lost and you must restart the FLUID application.
  2. Receive Confirmation – After you file your claim, you will receive a confirmation that your claim has been received and instructions for the Initial Skills Review. If your claim is approved, your benefits will begin on the day your application is completed. It typically takes three to four weeks to receive your very first payment.
  3. Complete Initial Skills Review – You mustcomplete an initial online abilities review in the following subjects: Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information and Locating Information. If you are incapable to accomplish such a review due to illiteracy or because you speak a language other than English, Spanish, or Creole you will be referred to your local One-Stop Career Center for assistance. The results of the review will be used by your local One-Stop Career Center to assist in your job search efforts.
  4. Claim Your Weeks and Submit Your Work Search Information Online – After you file your initial claim (not after you receive your first-ever payment), you will need to “Claim Your Weeks.” You should proceed to claim your weeks every two weeks until you are employed or your claim ends. The system is available Monday thru Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Eastern Time and Sunday from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Eastern Time. You can also set up or switch your payment method, set or switch your PIN and obtain specific current information about your claim. Also, you will need to certify every two weeks that you are looking for a fresh job. You must submit at least five work search contacts (potential employers) or meet with a representative at your local One-Stop Career Center for reemployment services for each week you are out of work. Job search help is available at your local One-Stop Career Center and online through Employ Florida Marketplace.

In order that you can file a claim successfully, you’d finer have your past employment information available before filing. This includes dates worked, name of employer and reason for separation. Moreover, read the Claims Book and the Benefits Rights Information Booklet for more information.

About Unemployment Compensation Program
Passed during the 2012 Legislative Session and was signed by Governor Rick Scott on March 28, 2012, renaming the Unemployment Compensation Program as the Reemployment Assistance Program. The renaming of the program emphasizes the job search activities and reemployment services suggested by Florida’s workforce colleagues to jobless claimants receiving benefits. Florida is the very first state in the nation to switch Unemployment Compensation to Reemployment Assistance.

www.fluidnow.com has been moved to www.FloridaJobs.org. Visit it to file an Unemployment Compensation Claim.

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