Latest Questions & Answers
Q. If I'm laid off and I haven't taken my furlough for the April-May period yet will that furlough time still be taken from me?
A. Once a person is notified that he/she is being laid off, that person will not have to take furlough as part of the two weeks notice.
Q. My years here and my age give me the ability to retire if I am laid off. I will still be eligible for severance pay, but will I be able to collect unemployment for the six months that are available to me?
A. The laboratory does not make decisions about who collects unemployment. That decision is made by the Illinois Department of Employment Security. A representative from IDES will be on site March 21 and 28 (sessions start at 11 and noon) in the One West conference room in Wilson Hall. Please feel free to stop by and ask your question.
Q. Can a laid off employee return as an on-call?
A. It is possible for a laid off employee to return as an on-call, but with the following restrictions:
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