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Senate Unexpectedly Moves Forward On Unemployment Benefits
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.
Tax Law Offers a Carrot to Gig Workers. But It May Have Costs.
Article in The New York Times by Noam Scheiber on how tax law offers a carrot to gig workers by rewarding workers who sever formal relationships with their employers and become contractors, but it may have costs.
Labor Department Eyes Drug Test Rule for Unemployment Pay
Michigan Man's Dog Approved for $360 Unemployment Check
Silver Spring Man Pleads Guilty in $1.4 Million Unemployment Fraud Scheme
Johnston Man Pleads to Unemployment Insurance Benefit Fraud
Press Release issued on November 29, 2016 by the Department of the Attorney General: Consumer News and Alerts, State of Rhode Island, announcing the nolo contendere plea for a men for defrauding the Department of Labor and ...
Two Men Plead to Unemployment Insurance Benefit Fraud
Press Release issued on August 24, 2016 by the Department of the Attorney General, State of Rhode Island, announcing the nolo contendere pleas for two men who have committed unemployment insurance benefit fraud.
Georgia unemployment insurance appeals unit named best in nation among large states
News story on the naming of Georgia Department of Labor's (GDOL) Unemployment Insurance (UI) Appeals Tribunal as the best performer among the nation's 22 largest states for handling UI appeals by the United States Department ...