Losing your job or getting fired

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Getting fired (losing your job) is very hard. You might be confused about what to do next. Read about what to do if you were fired unfairly, how to claim unemployment benefits, and starting the search for your next job.

Getting fired (losing your job) is very hard. You might be confused about what to do next. Read about what to do if you were fired unfairly, how to claim unemployment benefits, and starting the search for your next job.

Getting fired - two women outside work

Getting fired - two women outside work

Most people lose their job at least once. Getting fired can be a very scary experience, especially if it is a surprise. You may be worried about paying your bills or helping your family. You can do things to make getting fired or losing your job easier.

Most people lose their job at least once. Getting fired can be a very scary experience, especially if it is a surprise. You may be worried about paying your bills or helping your family. You can do things to make getting fired or losing your job easier.

Listen and stay calm

Listen and stay calm

Employers do not like to fire people. The most common reason for getting fired is money. The company may not have enough money to pay you anymore. Or you may have done something that was against the rules. Maybe the thing you did was an accident. If you do not understand what happened, 求めることができます。. The manager legally has to tell you why you are getting fired.

Employers do not like to fire people. The most common reason for getting fired is money. The company may not have enough money to pay you anymore. Or you may have done something that was against the rules. Maybe the thing you did was an accident. If you do not understand what happened, you can ask. The manager legally has to tell you why you are getting fired.

Whatever happened, listen to the manager’s instructions. They may want you to leave right away. They may want you to pick up your things and say goodbye to your coworkers. Do not cry, yell, or act angry. Try to stay calm.

Whatever happened, listen to the manager’s instructions. They may want you to leave right away. They may want you to pick up your things and say goodbye to your coworkers. Do not cry, yell, or act angry. Try to stay calm.

Were you fired unfairly?

Were you fired unfairly?

不正終了を意味する違法な理由で解雇しました。. Learn about your workers’ 権利 アメリカで. できます learn about workers’ rights in many languages. You can also read about discrimination at work and find out if you are entitled to workers’ compensation.

Unfair termination means that you got fired for an illegal reason. Learn about your workers’ rights in the USA. You can learn about workers’ rights in many languages. You can also read about discrimination at work and find out if you are entitled to workers’ compensation.

If you believe that you lost your job because of discrimination, 仕事の傷害, ・ ハラスメント, 弁護士に話して考える必要があります。. できます find free and affordable lawyers who help immigrants and refugees.

If you believe that you lost your job because of discrimination, a work injury, or harassment, you should think about talking to a lawyer. You can find free and affordable lawyers who help immigrants and refugees.

File for unemployment benefits

File for unemployment benefits

ことができる場合, file for unemployment benefits right away. Unemployment benefits are the money the government gives you after you lose your job. Most states will pay unemployment benefits for up to 26 週間. They will not pay your full salary amount.

If you can, file for unemployment benefits right away. Unemployment benefits are the money the government gives you after you lose your job. Most states will pay unemployment benefits for up to 26 weeks. They will not pay your full salary amount.

You are eligible for unemployment benefits if you are:

You are eligible for unemployment benefits if you are:

  • admitted for permanent residence
  • legally in the United States because of your job
  • 難民
  • granted permanent asylum
  • a parolee
  • admitted for permanent residence
  • legally in the United States because of your job
  • a refugee
  • granted permanent asylum
  • a parolee

Watch a video about how to apply for unemployment benefits

Watch a video about how to apply for unemployment benefits

If you leave your job without getting fired, 以外の失業給付をもらう:

If you leave your job without getting fired, you will not get unemployment benefits except for:

  • 医療上の理由
    あまりにも病気や怪我をして仕事
  • 病気の家族の世話
    あなたの家族は非常に病気およびあなたがそれらの世話をする誰かを支払う余裕
  • 家庭内暴力
    精神や身体との関係は、人を傷つけています。
  • 建設的な放電
    つまり、あなたの仕事の状況は非常に難しかった. あなたの上司はあなたを打つや違法な何かを作っていた場合, これは「建設的な放電」としてカウント
  • Medical reasons
    You are too sick or injured to work
  • Taking care of a sick family member
    Your family member is very sick and you cannot afford to pay someone to take care of them
  • Domestic violence
    The person you are in a relationship with is hurting you mentally or physically
  • Constructive discharge
    This means that your work situation was very hard. If your boss hit you or was making you do something illegal, this would count as “constructive discharge.”

終了するときに、すべての状態は別のルールの利点について. について学ぶ unemployment benefits in your state そして unemployment benefits for immigrant workers. There may be be other 公共の利益 you qualify for as well.

Every state has different rules about benefits when quitting. Learn about unemployment benefits in your state and unemployment benefits for immigrant workers. There may be be other public benefits you qualify for as well.

予算を作る

Make a budget

失業給付を取得する場合でも、予算を作る. いくつかのお金を保存する方法について考える. Can you change your lifestyle to live with the money you have now? It may take a while to find a new job. 詳細について how to make a budget to save money.

Make a budget even if you get unemployment benefits. Think about how you can save some money. Can you change your lifestyle to live with the money you have now? It may take a while to find a new job. Learn more about how to make a budget to save money.

Update your resume

Update your resume

Most jobs require resumes. Make sure your resume is up to date. Add details about the job you just left. Write any skills that you may have learned while you were there. Add any recent classes you have taken. 続きを読むについて how to make a resume.

Most jobs require resumes. Make sure your resume is up to date. Add details about the job you just left. Write any skills that you may have learned while you were there. Add any recent classes you have taken. Read more about how to make a resume.

Start looking for jobs

Start looking for jobs

It is fine to rest for a few days after getting fired. You can take some time to think. たとえあなたが悲しい, start your job search as soon as you can. 長く、困難なプロセスをすることができます仕事を見つける. 仕事は、オンライン検索や地元企業での兆候を探す. 少なくとも適用する目標を設定します。 10 一週間を仕事します。. Learn more about how to look for job opportunities.

It is fine to rest for a few days after getting fired. You can take some time to think. Even if you are sad, start your job search as soon as you can. Finding a job can be a long and difficult process. Search for jobs online and/or look for signs at local businesses. Set a goal of applying to at least 10 jobs a week. Learn more about how to look for job opportunities.

Things not to do after getting fired

Things not to do after getting fired

There are thing it is better not to do after getting fired.

There are thing it is better not to do after getting fired.

  • 社会的なメディア上の雇用者の悪口を言うことは
    たとえ、あなたの上司を好きではなかった, 参照またはあなたの新しい雇用者が必要. また, あなたの新しい雇用者あなたのソーシャル メディアに見えるかもしれませんが、あなたの悪い印象を受けるでしょう.
  • 静かに滞在しません。
    あなたの仕事を失った人々 に伝えるには、当惑を感じることがあります。. それは正常です。. しかし, 人を指示するのに役立ちます. Your friends and family may think of you when they hear of jobs. 彼らはあなたを助けることができる人々 に紹介することができるかもしれない.
  • 落胆しないでください。
    アメリカで, 雇用者はすべてのアプリケーションに関するメールをしません。. 聞こえないことがあります人からあなたにインタビューしたくなかったら、. これはあなたは良い労働者ではないまたは仕事を見つけることがないことを意味しません。. 通常は、挫折を, しかし、新しい仕事を見つけるしようとしてから停止させてください。.
  • Do not say bad things about your employer on social media
    Even if you did not like your boss, you may need a reference or your new employer. Also, your new employer may look at your social media and will get a bad impression of you.
  • Do not stay quiet
    You may feel embarrassed to tell people you lost your job. That is normal. However, telling people will help you. Your friends and family may think of you when they hear of jobs. They may be able to introduce you to people who can help.
  • Do not get discouraged
    In America, employers do not email you about every application. You may not hear back from people unless they want to interview you. This does not mean you are not a good worker or that you will never find a job. It is normal to be frustrated, but don’t let that stop you from trying to find a new job.

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