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Press Release: FY2019 Labor, HHS, & Education Appropriations Bill Gains Subcommittee Approval
Press release issued on June 26, 2018 by the United States Senate Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education (Labor-HHS) Appropriations Subcommittee approving a FY2019 funding bill that provides $12.1 billion in ...
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SUMMARY: FY2019 Labor, HHS, & Education Appropriations Bill Gains Subcommittee Approval
Press release issued on June 26, 2018 by the United States Senate Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education (Labor-HHS) on their fiscal year 2019 Appropriations bill that provides a total of $181.2 billion in ...
Trump Administration's proposed merger of the U.S. Dept. of Labor with Education
This publication outlines the Administration's analysis and recommendations for structural realignment of the Executive Branch to better serve the mission, service, and stewardship needs of the American people. Included ...
How Automation Could Impact the Public Workforce
Article in Governing.com by Mike Maciag on how automation could impact the public workforce including the job security of certain government personnel who perform repetitive back-office tasks, such as eligibility checks.
Labor Department Eyes Drug Test Rule for Unemployment Pay
Michigan Man's Dog Approved for $360 Unemployment Check
The Real Future of Work
This news article examines the increasing trend towards alternative work arrangements (independent contractors, contingent workers), and the impacts these work arrangements have on workers, employers, society, and access ...
Unemployment Insurance and Worker Mobility
Article from the Urban Institute by Ryan Nunn, Laura Kawano, and Ben Klemens on how Unemployment insurance (UI) helps workers to smooth their consumption after employment loss, but also diminishes their incentive to quickly ...
The U.S. Still Has No Idea How Many Puerto Ricans Are Out of Work
Article from CNN.com by Patrick Gillespie on how five months after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, the U.S. government still can't keep a precise track of how many people are filing for unemployment on the island. The ...