The Difference Between Laid-Off and Fired and Its Importance for An Interview

Here are typically three ways in which employees leave their job: by being fired, laid off, or quitting voluntarily. If you’re going to qualify for unemployment compensation, you generally must be unemployed for reasons beyond your control. That means being laid off because your employer had a downturn in business or closed its doors.  Since both quitting or being fired are considered to be under your control, you probably won’t qualify for unemployment compensation under either of these circumstances.  But it’s […]