• Anonymus_One

    Yes it is required.  If they check and find out it’s not on there they could hold your benefit payment.  But you said you already posted it, so I wouldn’t be too worried over it.

  • SoCalDude

    Make sure you update date it every 6 months. They will stop your benefits immediately if you do not log in and update it. It was explained during the REA that to update it, it’s as simple as going in to edit it, take out a punctuation or change a capital to a lower case then save it, then go back and correct it. Basically they want to see some sort of activity in your resume within every 6 months otherwise you become inactive and therefore no longer meet the requirements to receive benefits.

  • Dick

    I am on my 8th month and no hold up. I call bs!!

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