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FAQ Friday - Where can I learn about wages paid in my area?

The best source of wage information is the Occupational Employment and Wage Survey, a large survey of employers conducted in every state by the state workforce agencies such as Idaho Department of Labor, Oregon Employment Department and Utah Department of Workforce Services using the same procedures as developed by the U.S. 744 more words

Idaho Department Of Labor

FAQ Friday - How Can Employers Manage Unemployment Insurance Online?

Q: What online services are available for employers to manage unemployment insurance?

A: Employers can respond to benefit claim requests, report and pay their unemployment insurance taxes and report new hires… 332 more words

Idaho Department Of Labor

FAQ Friday - What Are the Best Sources of Occupational Information?

For 66 years, Americans have relied on the Occupational Outlook Handbook when making decisions about their future careers. Since 1948, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has published a new version of the handbook every two years.  335 more words

Idaho Department Of Labor

FAQ Friday - Why are Work Search Contacts Required?

Why are we are now required to include work search contact details on our weekly continued claim reports? 

We have always required job seekers to keep records of their work search contacts. 533 more words

Idaho Department Of Labor