with problems at work?
Employee wrote:Am I entitled to claim UIF if I retire to tide me over until my government pension kicks in?
Am I entitled to claim UIF if I retire to tide me over until my government pension kicks in?
Uif may only be claimed in terms of the following:
unemployment benefits (this only applies to person who were dismissed whether they were retrenched / dismmissed due to conduct and so forth.)
If a company tells you to go on pension with no benifits whatsoever, can you claim UIF?
As already stated, only employee's who are dismissed or retrenched may claim UIF for unemployment. You would have to prove that you were dismissed in such a case as yours, which would be unlikely.
MY HUSBAND WERE FOR 7MONTHS AT HOME SUMMIT HE CLAIM FOR UNEMPLOYMENT PAYMENTS WAS SUPPOSE TO BE P[AID OUT IN TWO WEEKS TIME BUT KNOW HE START TO WORK YODAY ON CONTRACT WILL WE LOOSE PAYMENT NOW
Am I entitled to claim uif when I retire
Anonymous wrote:Am I entitled to claim uif when I retire
Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:Am I entitled to claim uif when I retire
yes you may go to dept of labour and register like i did
I am still working at age 72, and still at the same employer since 2000 - I am expecting to retire but there is no retirement fund in place for me at all. Will I be able to claim the once-off on retirement/retrenchment when the date is due?
My name is Mrs CM Lazenby and I am still working at age 72 and expecting to be retiring sometime next year - will I qualify for a once-off amount on retirement for working in excess of 14 years for the same company we do not have a retirement fund in place at this company at all. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
I am retired and wish to claim my UIF benefits due to me even though I chose to retire at age 65. Why am I not allowed to claim my benefits? Surely at retirement the benefits that have been paid in on my behalf are due to me. I have not as yet applied for my normal government pension.
Please advise me