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Employee Misclassification: Improved Outreach Could Help Ensure Proper Worker Classification
This publication reports highlights of testimony given by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) on worker classification. The testimony focuses on the number and characteristics of independent contractors; the workforce ...
Preventing Identity Theft: A Guide for Consumers
This publication provides a definition of identity theft, facts and figures reflecting the increase of identity theft in the U.S., tips for identity theft detection and prevention, resources for reporting identity theft, ...
Trend and Cycle Analysis of Unemployment Insurance and the Employment Service
This report traces historical developments in two major DOL programs: State Unemployment Insurance (UI) and the federal-state Employment Service (ES). Developments in the UI program are traced from the late 1940s while ES ...
What Can We Expect under Personal Reemployment Accounts? Predictions and Procedures
This study addresses important questions and issues to consider for implementing Personal Reemployment Account (PRAs). As a result, it can serve as a useful tool for ETA staff and state and local administrators. This study ...
Unemployment Insurance and Reemployment among Older Workers
This paper examines the adjustment to involuntary unemployment of older and prime age unemployment insurance (UI) claimants including patterns of reemployment, earnings, and employment stability following job loss. The ...
An Analysis of Unemployment Insurance Non-Filers: 2005 CPS Supplement Results
Systematic Disincentive Effects of the Unemployment Insurance Program
This report introduces and describes the Unemployment Insurance (UI) program that provides short-term income support payments to eligible persons whose unemployment is caused by circumstances beyond their control. This ...
Trends in the Structure of the Labor Market and Unemployment: Implications for U.S. Unemployment Insurance
This report provides a timely review of the internal and external forces of change affecting the U.S. labor force within a global economy and the implications for the U.S. Unemployment Insurance (UI) System. The report ...
Recent Changes in the Characteristics of Unemployed Workers
Initial Implementation of the Trade Act of 2002: A Report Prepared as Part of the Evaluation of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Program
This report examines the issues and challenges in implementing the Trade Act of 2002, as discerned through site visits conducted in May and June of 2004 to 12 state agencies (selected randomly proportionate to size of ...