Entertainment Unemployment Insurance: What changes for the unemployed on 1 December
New York State Taking Away Some Unemployment Cash From Substitute Teachers, Bus Drivers
"Each claim is unique and there are a number of reasons why a claimant might be required to repay benefits," the state's labor department said.It is estimated that over 29,000 substitute teachers work in New York. State labor officials would not provide the AP with data on how many applied for the unemployment benefits last year because of the pandemic or how many were told they had to return the benefits. However, labor advocates said they believe thousands of substitute teachers and education employees were told they had to give back the cash they received.
The last floor of takes place after moult jolts. Union unions - for once - have not managed to drop it. The Council of State definitively closed the door at their petition that there was no "sufficiently salient element" which would justify to cancel the disputed provisions because they would create new inequalities. The hardening of the rules for calculating the unemployment allowance will take place. After , which modifies the method of calculating the compensation, two other components that crystallized the anger come into effect this December 1 to perfect this tightening of screws: the duration of affiliation necessary for Open or recharge a right and degressivity of allocations for the highest wages. The degressivity on the high salaries also enhances concretely, it will have to have worked six months and no more four to benefit from an unemployment benefit. Main losers: precarious workers and young people. According to an impact study of UNÉDIC (unemployment insurance fund), published in April, this six-month passage will lead during the first year of application to delay the opening of 475,000 people. The frames, too, will lose there. The degressivity from the seventh month of compensation and no more than the ninth month of compensation will also have serious consequences. "Between March and June 2022, 35,000 would see their allowance decrease. In the second half of 2022, 25,000 people would also be concerned for the first time, "wrote the experts of UNÉDIC. In total, depending on the calculations of the experts, the whole reform will negatively affect 1.7 million people. 1.9 billion euros in savings generated in 2022 But according to UNÉDIC, the overall reform of unemployment insurance should result in savings of about 1.9 billion in 2022, then 2.2 billion in 2023 for the public crates. "At the moment when economic uncertainties are starting again with the new variant, the precarious, young and executives are penalized, especially those over the age of 50 who will no longer find work in their virtually all, maigrained Michel Beaugas, in charge of these issues with forces workers. This reform is bad. At the same time, Pôle emploi announced a strengthening of the unemployed control to verify that they are making every effort to find work. 250,000 controls should be made by the end of April.
Nebraska's quandary: Can it force more citizens to work? .
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Even in normal times Nebraska has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation, with fewer than two million people and plenty of jobs to go around. But with some workers slow to return to work after COVID-19 shutdowns, the state has hit new depths, recording the country’s lowest-ever state unemployment rate of 1.8% in November. Now Gov. Pete Ricketts, who frequently expounds on the value of work, is confronting an intriguing question: Can a governor force citizens to work, even if they apparently aren’t eager or able to do so? Ricketts is certainly trying every option imaginable to get Nebraskans into jobs, including requiring people to confer with job