Hello, our discussion is late this week due to the holidays, don’t worry participation will be counted as normal!
A New Year’s resolution is a commitment that a person makes to one or more personal goals, projects, or the reforming of a habit. A key element to a New Year’s Resolution that sets it apart from other resolutions is that it is made in anticipation of the New Year and new beginnings. People committing themselves to a New Year’s resolution generally plan to do so for the whole following year. This lifestyle change is generally interpreted as advantageous.
It is not enough to say “I want a new job.” It is important to look within yourself and see what it is that you need to change about yourself to get that new job. Maybe you slouch during interviews. Maybe you need to update your resume. All of these things are important. It is mandatory that you take a deep breath look in the job mirror, and identify the things within yourself that you can change to make your job search fruitful. It could be something as simple as changing your outlook on how you search for a job, how you apply for your job, or what type of job you’re looking for. Are your standards too low or too high? The leading cause of resolutions is failure is that the expectations for the goal are unrealistic.
From 1 to 10 tell us what your work resolutions are! Happy New Years from CampusJobXpress!
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TWC mails you a letter showing the maximum amount of EUC you could receive for each Tier. Per federal law, the program allowing payment of EUC benefits expires on December 28, 2013.
Based on the maximum amount of EUC you could receive for each Tier, your benefits may run out before the EUC program expires.
If you have benefits remaining on your EUC claim after the program expires, TWC cannot pay those funds to you because the EUC program will be over.
EUC Eligibility and Deadlines
Tier 1: Must exhaust regular benefits by December 21, 2013, and Tier 1 claim must begin by December 22, 2013. TWC determines your eligibility for the extension after you complete and return the EUC application.
Tier 2: Must exhaust the prior Tier by December 21, 2013. Per federal law, the program allowing payment of EUC benefits expires on December 28, 2013. If you have benefits remaining on your EUC claim after the program expires, TWC cannot pay those funds to you. Other eligibility requirements:
You must be able and available for full-time work.
You must be unemployed or working reduced hours.
Your base period wages must equal or exceed 40 times your weekly benefit amount. (If your regular claim pays 26 weeks of benefits, you meet this qualification.)
You must have exhausted your regular benefits on your most recent claim, or the claim year must be expired.
Your regular claim must have been filed on or after May 7, 2006. You cannot be eligible for unemployment benefits on a new regular claim* in Texas, in any other state, or Canada.
* Note: if you are eligible for a new regular claim that pays less than your EUC claim, you may be able to continue receiving EUC.
Work Search and Availability Requirements
If you are required to look for work, your work search and availability requirements increase while you are receiving EUC.
You are required to participate in special reemployment assessment activities with the Workforce Solutions office, unless you have attended similar services within the last three months.
You are required to seek and accept work you are capable of performing.
You may be required to submit your worksearchlog.
Possibility of Further Extensions
TWC notifies you by mail if you qualify for another extension, so make sure we have your correct address. To verify or change the address TWC has on our records, log on to Unemployment Benefits Services, select Contact Information from the Change My Profile menu, and follow instructions.
You cannot apply for a benefit extension before exhausting your current balance because you must exhaust each level (Tier) of benefits before applying for an extension.
Congress can enact legislation to create further extensions at any time. TWC will notify you by mail if another extension occurs after you exhaust your benefits and you are potentially eligible for the extension. Make sure we have your correct address on our records.