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The Florida Reemployment Assistance Law (also known as unemployment insurance) provides temporary, partial wage replacement benefits to qualified workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own. The law is administered by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO).
The Florida Reemployment Assistance Law is a state-level law that governs unemployment benefits in Florida. The law sets out the criteria that must be met in order for an individual to be eligible for unemployment benefits, as well as the amount of benefits that can be received.
Under the Florida Reemployment Assistance Law, individuals who are out of work due to no fault of their own may be eligible for unemployment benefits. In order to qualify, they must meet certain eligibility criteria, such as having earned enough wages during the base period and being able and available to work.
The amount of benefits that an individual can receive under the Florida Reemployment Assistance Law is based on their earnings during the base period. The base period is the first four quarters of the previous five quarters. The maximum weekly benefit amount is $275, and the maximum duration of benefits is 12 weeks.
Individuals who receive benefits under the Florida Reemployment Assistance Law are required to actively seek work and report their job search activities to the state. Failure to do so can result in the loss of benefits.
The Florida Reemployment Assistance Law is administered by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. If you have questions about your eligibility for benefits or the application process, you should contact the department or seek the advice of a qualified legal professional.