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Some Republican members of the N.C. Council of State used a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 3, to underscore the challenges employers face in finding workers because
Some Republican members of the N.C. Council of State used a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 3, to underscore the challenges employers face in finding workers because
 
The state House has voted to make North Carolina the 26th state to withdraw from the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation program
The state House has voted to make North Carolina the 26th state to withdraw from the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation program
 
Legislation introduced by Republican lawmakers would mandate recipients of unemployment benefits actively search for work, a requirement that hasn’t been in place since the pandemic began in March.
Legislation introduced by Republican lawmakers would mandate recipients of unemployment benefits actively search for work, a requirement that hasn’t been in place since the pandemic began in March.
 
Cooper Administration Demands Unemployment Benefits Back Right Before Christmas
 
President Trump signed a number of executive orders to circumvent a congressional impasse over another round of government relief and stimulus.
President Trump signed a number of executive orders to circumvent a congressional impasse over another round of government relief and stimulus.
 
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reportedly told House Republicans in a conference call on Wednesday that the temporary unemployment insurance policy will not be extended past its original end date.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reportedly told House Republicans in a conference call on Wednesday that the temporary unemployment insurance policy will not be extended past its original end date.
 
Even as many businesses try to get forgivable loans to keep their employees at work, others are furloughing or laying off workers because unemployment benefits through July will be much more generous than whatever the business could pay.
Even as many businesses try to get forgivable loans to keep their employees at work, others are furloughing or laying off workers because unemployment benefits through July will be much more generous than whatever the business could pay.
 
Workers are Reminded to Complete their Weekly Certification Each Week to Receive Benefits
 
Because of tough decisions made by the General Assembly and Gov. Pat McCrory, North Carolina's payroll tax is expected to drop by about $280 million in 2016 and as much as $550 million by 2017. What you think about this sequence of events says a lot about your political philosophy and your...
Because of tough decisions made by the General Assembly and Gov. Pat McCrory, North Carolina's payroll tax is expected to drop by about $280 million in 2016 and as much as $550 million by 2017. What you think about this sequence of events says a lot about your political philosophy and your...
 
It is a Conundrum: Do we continue to subsidize those that are work free, or do we endeavor to help them rejoin the workforce by providing them the ultimate incentive - one works to exist on some level?
It is a Conundrum: Do we continue to subsidize those that are work free, or do we endeavor to help them rejoin the workforce by providing them the ultimate incentive - one works to exist on some level?
 
Incarcerated prisoners are not entitled to unemployment benefits because they obviously do not meet the condition of being able, available, and actively looking for work.
Incarcerated prisoners are not entitled to unemployment benefits because they obviously do not meet the condition of being able, available, and actively looking for work.
 
Unless state legislators take swift action, beginning Apr. 16, the maximum number of weeks for which a North Carolina resident can file for unemployment benefits is set to be reduced from 99 to 79.
Unless state legislators take swift action, beginning Apr. 16, the maximum number of weeks for which a North Carolina resident can file for unemployment benefits is set to be reduced from 99 to 79.
 
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