I have been a teacher at a local dance school for over 20 years, and was let go a few weeks ago without warning or reason. My accountant has always told me that I am considered a statutory employee and that I can collect unemployment. He is out of town and I am having a hard time finding anyone who understands the interesting status of us dance teachers. Does anyone have any experience or words of wisdom to share? I'm a little lost right now...
UnemploymentCan sub contracted teachers receive unemployment?
Posted 24 June 2014 - 11:48 AM
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Posted 24 June 2014 - 12:01 PM
Why don't you go to the unemployment office and try to sign up for unemployment benefits. If you are not eligible, they will certainly tell you that.
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