When you return to full-time work, or earn your weekly
benefit amount or more, you can stop filing weekly claims. If you worked during
any week you claim benefits, you must report your gross earnings, even if you
haven’t been paid (see section 4, Working While Claiming and Reporting
The Employment Department automatically stops your claim if you:
Earn your weekly benefit amount or more,
Skip filing weekly benefits, or
Report no earnings after a week that you reported earnings.
If your claim is stopped for one of the reasons above, you must
restart your claim. You may stop and restart your claim as many times as needed
during your benefit year.
If your claim was stopped because you worked, you can restart your
claim using the Online Claims
System and select the option “Restart your claim.”
If you haven’t worked since last filing your weekly benefits, you
can use the Online Claim
System to restart your
Restart your claim during the week you want to
begin claiming. If you’ve worked since you last filed for weekly benefits, have
your employer information ready when you call. This includes the dates you
worked; the names, phone numbers and addresses of your employer(s); and your gross
earnings from those employers.
Once you’ve restarted your claim, you still need to file for
weekly benefits (see section 2, Filing for Weekly Benefits).