G-days

Your former employer must pay you compensation for the first and second day of unemployment when you stop working. These two days are called g-days.

You’re entitled to compensation if you have worked at least 74 hours in the past 4 weeks. And it is a requirement that you did not leave your job voluntarily.

You will not be paid benefits for these 2 days, but the compensation will equal the maximum amount of benefits you can get.

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