Does COBRA paid by my former employer affect my unemployment benefits?

I was laid off in September. My employer offered me 2 weeks severance and I had 2 weeks leave - these were both paid to me on the regular pay schedule with deductions that were supposed to continue my health insurance with the company. Instead my employer paid two months of COBRA and is referring to it as part of my severance. This has all come about after the fact and after I have started receiving unemployment benefits. I was also just provided a COBRA packet - Dec. 6, 2017 - and I have to elect to take it - I am worried about it being referred to as severance.

0 answers  |  asked Dec 7, 2017 05:05 AM [EST]  |  applies to Florida

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