Laid-Off UAW Local 1050 Members:
Ohio Department of Job And Family
You must have at least 20
qualifying weeks from January 1, 2012 –
December 31, 2012 “regular base period.” If
you don’t qualify under those dates, then
you go to the “alternate base period” which
is from April 1, 2012 – March 31, 2013.
If qualified you get 26 weeks
You must keep a record of at
least two contacts of employers each week.
Have your Social Security
number on hand.
If you’re claiming
dependants, have their Social Security
numbers on hand.
There are two ways of getting
your unemployment benefit:
Direct deposit -
you will need routing, savings or checking
Debit Card - U.S. Bank
only. They will send you a U.S. Bank debit
card in the mail.
Medina County Job and Family
Services – 330-722-9300
Lorain County Job and Family
Services – 440-323-5726
Portage County Job and Family
Services – 330-297-3750
Cuyahoga County Employment and
Family Services – 216-987-7000
Geauga County Job and Family
Services – 440-285-9141
Lake County Job and Family
Services – 440-350-4000
Summit County Job and Family
Services – 330-643-8200
information was submitted by Mark Bedenik, 2nd
Shift Department Steward, UAW Local 1050.