Some people believe the gig economy will liberate workers from the 9-to-5 grind. Others argue that the rise of companies like Uber, TaskRabbit and Handy will make it harder for workers to make a living. 735 more words
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MADISON — The Wisconsin state Assembly has passed a bill targeting unemployment insurance fraud.
The bill approved Tuesday would deny unemployment benefits for seven years to anyone who impersonates someone to obtain benefits two times. 84 more words
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. — As fewer Maryland residents have applied for unemployment benefits, the state’s unemployment insurance tax rate for businesses is set to go down next year, state officials said Thursday. 310 more words
The supplemental budget that’s making its way to the Governor’s desk includes a small offering of vindication for retired Lynnfield police officer Hartley Boudreau.
Three years ago, Boudreau was on the receiving end of some Boston Herald vituperation that designated him the “poster boy” for an alleged public employee income scam the paper was busy flogging: … 573 more words
The Idaho Department of Labor is launching a new claimant portal on Thursday, Nov. 12. The claimant portal is a new, secure online application that claimants use to file for unemployment insurance benefits, file weekly continued claim reports, and view claim information. 484 more words