If as a California administrator school employee, my contract is not renewed, does resigning on my last work day impede me from being able to collect unemployment benefits? or what day if I resign should I put on my letter?
1 Answer from Attorneys
If you resign, you impair your rights to collect unemployment. Termination must be involuntary in order to collect unemployment benefits. So you should not resign at all.
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