When will the new unemployment extension start in Kentucky?
they posted the info on the web site today. i never received the "infamous" letter that I've heard so much about. ...
Asked in Federal Laws, Unemployment
You heard that NYS unemployment will be extended for seven weeks Is that true?
Today 11/21/2008 it was on channel 4 NBC news that President Bush has signed the extension for unemployment extended benefits. Meaning that there will be 7 additional weeks and 13 additional weeks for the state that has over 7 percent increase in unemployment. ...
Asked in Economics, Decade - 1930s
What is today's current US economic condition and environment with the economic conditions and environment just before and during the 1930's Depression era?
Unemployment was much higher in the Depression. Also, the '30s lacked most of the safeguards we take for granted today, including unemployment compensation and deposit insurance. ...
Asked in Child Support, Unemployment
What does order to vacate unemployment compensation attachment entered mean for a child support docket?
Not positive but just saw the same thing on my court support docket. I believe it means that the Father/Mother was denied unemployment so no support order can be attatched. Basically,we are getting nothing...Again!! 7/20/2009 - I don't think that it has anything to do with unemployment. I just seen this on my husband's court support docket today and I can tell you that he has not applied for unemployment benefits in many, many years. I can also say that "unemployment" doesn't...
How does unemployment rate today compare with Great Depression?
In the Great Depression,there have been reports of an unemployment rate of 25 Percent. January 2017, our current rate is 4.8%% ...
Asked in The Great Depression, Unemployment
How high was unemployment during the Great Depression?
The history books record that unemployment reached as high as 25% in the USA during the Great Depression. What is often not appreciated is that, in those days, 25% unemployment meant that 25% of HOUSEHOLDS and FAMILIES were without any means of support. Many more people felt the impact of the loss of a job in the 1930s, because a family typically only had one breadwinner in those days (and on top of that, unemployment benefits or other governmental safety nets were...
What is considered the biggest challenge in business today concerning compensation of employees?
Better asked is what is a company's biggest challenge in business today concerning employee compensation. First the term compensation requires a definition. In today's world a company's human resources department manages employee benefits and compensation. Benefits relates normally to health insurance coverage and pensions. For the most part compensation refers to direct and bonus pay to its employees. In that regard, direct pay, bonuses and incentive pay must be competitive with similar companies. This is the biggest challenge. ...
Did the bill for unemployment extension pass today?
Yes. From CNN's Political Ticker blog, "The House of Representatives passed a bill Thursday pushing back the deadline to file for extended unemployment benefits to the end of November. The $34 billion measure, which cleared the Senate Wednesday, now moves to President Barack Obama's desk to be signed into law" See related link. Yes. The newest Senator pushed it through a Senate filibuster. ...
Asked in US Congress
Which territories does the congress control today?
The territories that Congress controls today (2014) are Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands of the United States. In addition, they control the continental United States, Alaska, and Hawaii. ...
Asked in Economics, The Great Depression, Unemployment
What is the difference between the unemployment rate in The Great Depression and the current recession?
Well, in the great Depression the unemployment rate was 25% whilst today its about 8.5%. So I'd say theres a 16.5% difference. ...
Asked in US Congress
There are times when membes of congress be arrested?
In the past when the constitution was written, it stated that members of congress could not be arrested. Times today have changed, and a member of congress can and will be arrested if they engage in criminal activity. ...
What about the unemployment extension June 18 2010?
The senate, mainly all GOP members and "blue dog" Democrats, continue to play politics with peoples lives. Almost all agree that there is need for the extension but paying for the measure is the sticking point, either pay for it from leftover stimulus funds, or add it to the deficit. Leftover stimulus funds are still deficit spending as the money for the stimulus bill was all borrowed, so basically they are arguing about which pocket the money is going to come out...