My question involves unemployment benefits for the state of: Illinois
Ok heres my background. I worked for Chrysler Assembly plant in belvidere in June and Jully. The hours were really bad so I found another job Gypsum Supply company of rockford, better hours same pay and I took it. I worked for Gypsum Supply Company through august and found a Job as a Union carpenter (which is what I am ) Which of course paid nearly 3 times as much as Gypsum and I was working 12 hour days 7 days a week. Needless to say I quit working for Gypsum to work for MCT. I worked for MCT for 4 and a half weeks (all of which I earned between 1200 and 4500 per week) And was laid off oct 3rd. From sept 4th to oct 3rd.
So when I filed I reported all three jobs on the paperwork (Because I think I am suposed to right? ) I reported That i quit Chrysler, And I quit Gypsum And I was Laid off From MCT. Now the question is. Does it mater that I quit Chrysler and Gypsum to take higher pay or beter hours if the last employer I worked for Laid me off? I have a pink slip from MCT stating that I worked from this date to that and that I was laid off due to lack of work. Signed and dated. And I also worked from sept 4th to oct 3rd. Which is 5 weeks of work and a total of 26 12 hour days during that time period.
I was sent a notice for an interview for questions which were raised about my fileing. Concerning 601a, Voluntarily leaving employment. I did not leave my last job voluntarily. In fact I was hoping Id get the whole winter out of them but i guess i didnt. So should I be worried? Am I going to get my benifits denied to me because of a technicality that I am Unaware of ? My interview is 10/19. I would really appreciate any advice or information anyone can give me. I know 7 days isnt a long time but it can be if your stressing out about wether or not your going to be able to pay your rent because of a techincality. Would love for someone to put my mind at ease.
Thank you everyone who took the time to read my post. And a special thank you to anyone who responds.