State law requires that individuals who received a bigger check than they were eligible for repay the money
Some states have experienced a surge of layoffs while the losses have been more tempered in others.
The changes are part of a massive $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill.
States, which administer the benefits, have their own complex unemployment laws to determine how much money an individual should receive based on your weekly earnings before being laid off.
During the video, Janover gestured to what appears to be a page from the company’s website, and noted that she was axed “even though they claim to stand against systematic bias, racism and unequal treatment.”
Several states implemented minimum wage increases July 1.
After several challenging months on the job during the coronavirus pandemic, businesses want workers to use their paid time off to stave off burnout and avoid a year-end vacation crunch.
The payments stem from an agreement the Mets and Bonilla reached to buy out his contract in 2000.
The data is typically a good indicator of what to expect in the more closely watched jobs report from the Labor Department.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is one of the biggest law enforcement agencies in the world.
“I have decided to retire and pave the way for change,” Karen Parkin wrote in a memo to staff.
When it comes to money, it’s the employers who get the advantage. Companies save as much as $11,000 per year for workers staying home half the time.
"Today, I'll sign an executive order that directs the federal government to replace outdated...degree-based hiring with skills-based hiring," Trump said Friday during a meeting with the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board.
Workers may run some employment risk if they participate in protests or other forms of activism. Most U.S. workers are at-will employees, meaning they can be fired without notice and for any reason.
The number of unemployed Americans filing for jobless benefits dropped almost imperceptibly last week, evidence the job markets recovery is slowing
Even as unemployment remains at an 80-year high, Congress is considering letting the extra $600 a week in jobless benefits expire at the end of July.
Federal law allows private employers to turn down a job applicant because of a past bankruptcy filing
The coronavirus pandemic has forced employers to switch up how they bring in new workers, including offering curbside job fairs
Economists surveyed by Refinitiv forecast 1.3 million jobless claims
While 44 million Americans have filed for first-time unemployment benefits since mid-March, and the job market adjusts to post-virus norms, people looking to rejoin the workforce must also adapt and develop new strategies when applying for jobs.