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is there a statute or law i can look up and have a record of?
how much do you get?
is the employer "harmed" by an employee filing for a disability?
so, after an employee files for disability, it's not like an employer will have to pay more to the state in some form of tax next time, right?
what i meant was, how is it calculated what employee will actually be receiving as her unemployment benefit?
if you are pregnant, you take a maternity leave. employer does not have to pay for it, but they do have to give you 12 weeks unpaid, right?
if you employer does not pay for it, you can apply for a disability with the state, right? so, state will pay you something. so, how much is that something is.
am i not understanding this correctly?
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