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I have been with a company for 18 years they are going through

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I have been with a company for 18 years they are going through managment changes and seem to be looking for ways get people to leave by reviewing there work and finding things worng. I have a pension plan that the company paid into. I did not contribuit to the plan, if I get fired/laid off would I be able to get unployment if I did not pay into this plan? I live in California if that makes any difference.
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: California Employment Law
Expert:  Joseph replied 4 years ago.
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Yes, if you are laid off, or terminated through no fault of your own, you would be eligible to receive unemployment benefits regardless of whether or not you contributed to the pension plan.
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