unemployment compensation


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unemployment compensation

n
(Social Welfare) (in the US) payment by a governmental agency to unemployed people
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Noun1.unemployment compensation - payment by a United States agency to unemployed people
social insurance - government provision for unemployed, injured, or aged people; financed by contributions from employers and employees as well as by government revenue
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She reported the unemployment compensation on Schedule OI, "Other Information," indicating the amount was exempt from U.
The state's Unemployment Compensation Board of Review previously found that Kaite's beliefs were personal, not religious, but Judge Joseph M.
I want to thank the House and Senate for working with my administration to create this compromise plan that provides an infusion of funding for the unemployment compensation system, said Governor Wolf.
As part of that arrangement, the PEO also becomes responsible for the client's unemployment taxes, which go into a trust fund that pays out unemployment compensation to employees who lose their jobs.
The unemployment compensation account of any employer will be charged when a claimant is overpaid because the employer, or an agent of the employer, failed to respond timely or adequately to a request for information relating to an unemployment claim and when the employer or an agent of the employer has established a pattern of failing to respond timely or adequately to a request for information relating to an unemployment claim on two or more occasions, effective October 21, 2013.
In reviewing the applicable Pennsylvania Law (which is virtually the same in all jurisdictions), an employee who terminates his or her employment for 'just cause' is entitled to unemployment compensation benefits.
1: Terminating employees for performance reasons automatically makes them ineligible for benefits: The unemployment compensation system is predicated on providing benefits to persons who become unemployed due to no fault of their own.
Next, they can--or at least they could--receive up to 53 weeks of emergency unemployment compensation (EUC).
Emergency unemployment compensation benefits are paid out in a series of four tiers.
At press time, the Senate was also reported to be considering a possible separate unemployment compensation bill.
The unemployment compensation program has been deemed to be a welfare program all along, as the U.
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