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Old 05-14-2006, 11:26 PM
 
Location: Blue Ridge Mtns of NC
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Why does Union do well?
Don't know, but it seems that finding a job in Union County is not a problem for those that want to work.

Largest Employers

Tyson Foods Inc.
Allvac
Wampler Foods Inc.
Consolidated Metco
Charlotte Pipe & Foundry Co.
Perfect Fit Furnishings
Square D Co.
Yale Security Inc.
Scott Aviation
Dunn Manufacturing

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Old 05-14-2006, 11:28 PM
 
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Do you know the area? Your great for sending links...Any links on big companies there?
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Old 05-14-2006, 11:46 PM
 
Location: Blue Ridge Mtns of NC
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Do you know the area? Your great for sending links...Any links on big companies there?
Try this one.

http://www.unionjoblink.com/welcome.htm (broken link)
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Old 12-03-2010, 09:01 PM
 
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Default NC unemployment tiers/extensions etc

I have read the other threads/posts pertaining to this topic but none of them helped me find out how much longer I will recieve benefits.

My story.....

I worked at the same job for over three years ( May 2006 till Nov 2009 )

I was laid off on Nov 13th 2009 and filed for for was approved for regular UI at the end of Nov 2009.

My benefit year just expired so I called the ESC and was told that because I did not qualify for another claim (second year) that I could go on and collect the remaining money from my pervious claim.

I was told that I have 8 weeks left of tier 2.

I am trying to find out what happens after tier 2 ends and if there is a tier 3, tier 4 and EB after that.

I have lots of different stuff from lots of different places but I can not get a straight definitive answer as to how much longer I will be able to collect benefits.

According to my calculations ( from what I have read and been told )
I should have 8 weeks left of tier 2 then go into tier 3 which has 13 weeks and then tier 4 which has 6 weeks and the EB which has 20 weeks

so I should expect 47 more weeks of benefits ?

Please someone tell me if I am right or wrong or what.

thank you for any info
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