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    Unemployment benefits give temporary money to individuals who meet all the eligibility requirements of North Carolina Law. A basic requirement for collecting the unemployment benefits in North Carolina is, you must have been working in North Carolina. The Employment Security Comission is responsible for publishing requirements for time you have worked and pay you have earned during a specific time period, also known as the "base period." You must be unemployed through no fault of your own. You have to file ongoing claims. You should not be unemployed as a result of quitting your job or being fired for your own mistakes. Any earning you get from work has to be reported. You have to report any job offers you get during the claim period. The reasons…

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    Ifeoma Uzo-Okoro. M20871125. Unemployment as a Major social Problem in the United States Unemployment is a major social issue in the United States and affects not just the individual involved but also the public. And this affects the society as a whole. The most recent recession which began in 2007 and ended in 2009 has put so many Americans out of job. According to Walker, the unemployment rate reported in Baltimore alone in May 2003 was 4.8 percent. And in the…

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    clearly defined. First, would be unemployment, how does the government define being unemployed? The Bureau of Labor Statistics (2015), says that “people who are jobless, looking for a job, and available for work are unemployed.” The phrase “looking for a job” can also cause some confusion. A person would have to be actively trying to contact resources that could connect them with job opportunities and be submitting applications or resumes…

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    This includes different types of EI such as, Regular Benefits given to those who lose their jobs, Maternity/Parental and Sickness Benefits, Compassionate Benefits for those with a gravely ill family member, Family Supplement for low-income families, and Fishing Benefits for those whose main source of income is from…

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    Unemployment as we all know has various negative effects on our society, from the rise in crimes, poor living standards for the unemployed and many vices in the society which are related to unemployment. Many families also suffer quite a lot as a result of unemployment. Therefore it is important that we should extend the federal unemployment benefits that as stipulated under the Federal Unemployment Compensation Act. In other words, with your help, Senator Reed, we should introduce a new bill to…

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    LOVINGTON GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER, INC., Defendant-Appellant. No. 10847.Oct. 27, 1976. Appeal was taken from an order of the District Court, Bernalillo County, Richard B. Traub, D.J., reversing a decision of the Unemployment Security Commission and awarding benefits to discharged employee. The Supreme Court, Sosa, J., held that employee’s insubordination, improper attire, name calling and other conduct evidencing wilful disregard of employer’s interests constituted ‘misconduct’ disqualifying her…

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    employees during downturns and hire when business increases, employees are guaranteed unemployment benefits and the active labor market system offers guidance, job education to everyone who is unemployed. This explains why “about 25% of Danish private sector workers change jobs each year. [There are dual advantages of the Danish system, since it] “ensures employers a flexible labor force while employees enjoy the safety net of an unemployment benefit system and an active employment policy”…

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    Triple-F: Benefits and Compensation Regardless of the industry, the workforce employed by virtually any company represents the keystone of that company’s overall success. For non-profit organizations, however, hiring and maintaining a viable workforce becomes all the more important since the company is often dependent upon the goodwill of its donors and or supporters. In developing this workforce, the chief operating officer (CEO) of the Triple-F Foundation, a public, 501(c)(3) non-profit…

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    Areas stated by J Carey “health, education and unemployment” ( Carey 86 ). People feel that students and individuals involved in the arts are not impacting society to the extent as health professionals or public service workers. Opposers of funding the arts feel that the money allotted to the arts could be distributed to more important aspects of developing society and benefiting the whole rather than a portion. According to the above analysis educators of music contribute to society a great…

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    The drivers want benefits and sick time, but they aren’t in reality required to work. For the drivers that choose to work 40 or more hours a week, that is still a choice and a luxury that most other jobs would not even consider offering. This case relates to the problem of worker/job misclassification. This issue is who has misclassified, Uber or the drivers? Uber isn’t meant to be a career and so it shouldn’t be treated as one. It was simply created to help people with a little extra time make…

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