Family Leave During Unemployment - Limitation of Benefits
To be eligible for Family Leave During Unemployment benefits, you must meet all of the requirements of the Unemployment Compensation Law, execpt for the availability to work.
Family Leave During Unemployment benefits are NOT payable for:
- Any period of less than seven consecutive days.
- Any period that you receive unemployment insurance benefits, temporary disability benefits, workers' compensation benefits, or any benefits from a disability or cash sickness program or similar law of New Jersey or any other state or the federal government.
- Any period when you receive full salary or paid time off.
- Any period during which you perform work for remuneration or profit.
- Any period during which you would be disqualified under the Unemployment Compensation Law for voluntarily quitting your job, termination due to misconduct or gross misconduct, refusal of suitable work, or fraud.
- Any period of family leave to care for a family member who is not under the care or supervision of a health care provider;
- A school employee during any period between academic years or terms or during a school-wide recess, when you have reasonable assurance of returning to work in the same or similar capacity when school resumes.
- Any period you are out of work due to a labor dispute at your place of work.