Form RT-83 Fillable To Employees: R.04/15
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Any employee who is discharged for misconduct connected with work may be disqualified from Any employee who voluntarily quits a job without good cause attributable to the employer may If you have any questions regarding filing a claim for reemployment assistance benefits call the Reemployment taxes finance the benefits paid to eligible unemployed workers Those taxes You may be eligible to receive unemployment compensation benefits if you meet the following You may file a claim for partial unemployment for any week you work less than full time due to You must report all earnings while claiming benefits Failure to do so is a third degree felony with Your Employer is registered with the Florida Department of Revenue as an employer who is *Formerly Unemployment Compensation Program 1 to 52 weeks and until the worker has earned in new work at least 17 times the weekly benefit 1 You must be totally or partially unemployed through no fault of your own 107 East Madison Street 2 You must register for work and file a claim 3 You must have sufficient employment and wages 4 You must be Able to work and Available for work 800 204 2418 or visit the website: www floridajobs org a maximum penalty of 5 years imprisonment and a $5 000 fine amount of his or her claim are paid by your employer and by law cannot be deducted from employee s wages be disqualified until the worker has earned in new work at least 17 times the weekly benefit Department of Economic Opportunity Department of Economic Opportunity Reemployment Assistance Program at Division of Workforce Services employees are covered by the Reemployment Assistance Program Florida Reemployment Assistance Program Law lack of work if your wages during that week are less than your weekly benefit amount liable under the Florida Reemployment Assistance Program* Law This means that You as MSC 229 R 04/15 Reemployment Assistance Program requirements: RT 83 Tallahassee Florida 32399 4135 This notice must be posted in accordance with Section 443 151(1) Florida Statutes of the To Employees: