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Gig Workers between Jobs Shouldn't Assume They're Ineligible for Unemployment
This news article reports that an expanding share of out-of-work people are missing out on Unemployment Insurance benefits because they assume they're ineligible and never apply. Under certain circumstances, however, they ...
Gig Economy Workers Need Benefits. These Companies Are Popping Up to Help.
News article that discusses businesses that have begun to offer benefits and employment insurance options (like unemployment insurance, disability insurance, and workers' compensation) to workers in the gig economy.
States Use Cloud to Maximize Returns for Unemployment Benefits
States Report Sharp Increase in Unemployment Claims by Federal Workers as Shutdown Approaches One Month
Governors Seek Unemployment Benefits for 'excepted' Workers
A furloughed federal employee's guide to filing for unemployment during the shutdown
Unemployment Claims by Federal Workers Skyrocket During Shutdown
News article reporting the number of federal employees filing for unemployment insurance (UI) benefits more than doubled in the second week of January 2019 as the partial federal government shutdown continued.
Is Unemployment Help Out of Reach for Furloughed Federal Workers?
News article outlining how unemployment insurance (UI) benefits may be out of reach for federal workers impacted by the current federal government shutdown, and suggesting ways states could better assist these workers.