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If I decide to volunteer for the VSP, what will Intel tell a state unemployment agency if asked why I left?
4 | P a g e Intel's response will be that you voluntarily elected to leave Intel in exchange for a pay and benefits separation package.
18. Will I be eligible for unemployment?
Each state's unemployment agency will determine whether employees who elect VSP and leave Intel are eligible for unemployment insurance based on the state's eligibility rules. To understand the impact of receiving a VSP package on your eligibility for unemployment compensation, contact your state's unemployment agency.
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What about this answer:
At the end he says:
"I can say I belive you will get at least a portion of full benefits, if not full benefits. Keep in mind, the state is short on cash, and this may cause them to interpret strictly if it benefits the state."
I am not yet satisfied with your answer because it appears to contradict and I don't see that you have anything to back it up.
from the top of that web page I previously gave me the very same question as mine was asked:
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I accepted a voluntary separation package from my previous employer as part of the reduction in force effort. I have indicated as such in my California UI claim. Will I be eligible for unemployment insurance?
You will be eligible but your UI benefits will be reduced to rthe extent of the severance pay.
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