A change in the Unemployment Insurance law that became effective on October 1, 2013, addresses employer response time to formal inquiries from the New York State Department of Labor. Failure to respond and provide supporting documentation within 10 calendar days to a notice of potential charges could result in charges… read more →
Little progress made between parties to come up with a bipartisan deal to extend unemployment benefits
Policy makers will be going back to the table after two votes failed on the extension of unemployment benefits yesterday. It does not look promising that an unemployment benefits extension will be passed this week.
NC, SC and GA will have something new in common. They will all share the same unemployment benefits system. The new unemployment insurance system, called the Southeast Consortium Unemployment Insurance Benefits Initiative, or SCUBI, will put in place all processes to replace all unemployment systems in the three states.