unemployment compensation

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payment by a United States agency to unemployed people

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It then introduces the reader to such eligibility rules as "stoppage of work," lockout, and "innocent bystander" provisions through which "a majority of other [than New York and Rhode Island] states allow workers unemployed because of a labor dispute to collect unemployment benefits under certain conditions" (p.5).
Also, members must have no settled unemployment benefit within the last three years prior to the date of involuntary separation.
"In my constituency, 7.9 per cent of the working age population are unemployed and claiming unemployment benefits.
In this model, the consequences on unemployment benefit would be more reasonable than they are currently, but would affect a larger group of jobseekers.
A member can only claim unemployment benefits once every three years.
And Birmingham Hall Green is the constituency with the sixth worst unemployment in the country, with 8.8 per cent of the working-age population claiming unemployment benefit.
Last year, 5,000 people applied for the unemployment benefit, she said.
Woodbury, NY, November 12, 2016 --(PR.com)-- According to the jobs report released on Friday, a growing number of Americans are applying for unemployment benefits, the highest since early August.
If the unemployment benefit and sickness benefit are reduced to such an extent that it is impossible to live on, there are the following possibilities: to fall into unrepayable debt; suicide or crime.
According to Social Insurance Department data, e1/44.8 mln were paid from the unemployment benefit fund in November when the national jobless level had dipped to just below 17%, compared to e1/414.3 mln a year earlier.
Fewer than 25 percent of those out of work are signed up for weekly unemployment benefits, a near-record low since the government began tracking this data in 1987.
CYPRUS is not affected by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) decision on the so-called "benefits tourism", since it already has safeguards in place to assure that only job seekers will receive unemployment benefits, said Labour and Social Insurance minister Zeta Emilianidou.
The small crumb of comfort is that this freeze doesn't include unemployment benefit."
The authors conclude that a rise in unemployment of 3 percentage points is the predicted result and that "unemployment benefit extensions account for most of the persistently high unemployment after the Great Recession."
And countries which pay most in unemployment benefit see the greatest loss in life satisfaction for the jobless, and vice versa.
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