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unemployment insurance

noun coverage for the unemployed, insurance coverage for the unemployed, promise to pay benefits for the unemployed, unemployyent benefits, unemployment compensation
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WageSecure's Supplemental Unemployment Insurance combines with state benefits to replace 50% of your income if you become unemployed.
7 million are being awarded to state consortia to support modernized unemployment insurance information technology systems and to improve overall program quality, performance, and integrity and to reduce costs using a multi-state approach.
This paper, by Henry Farber, Jesse Rothstein, and Robert Valletta, attempts to determine how severe was the employment disincentive effect of unemployment insurance in the wake of the last recession.
Italy proposes the development of an unemployment insurance scheme to smooth the fluctuations of the economic cycle in order to stimulate convergence of different labour market institutions and add the European dimension, which is necessary to achieve successful policy coordination and provide incentives for national initiatives.
He said the rate freeze was included in different versions of the unemployment insurance reforms approved by the Senate earlier, and it was included in a bill that cleared the House last week that combined unemployment insurance reforms with a proposed hike in the minimum wage.
3 billion in improper unemployment insurance payments across the country.
More cases of fraud could be detected and pursued, resulting in repayments to the unemployment insurance fund.
Unemployment insurance is intended in general to provide some additional income during extended periods of unemployment, but it also creates incentives that can lead to effects that would otherwise not occur.
Camille Landais, Stanford University; Pascal Michaillat, London School of Economics; and Emmanuel Saez, University of California at Berkeley and NBER, "Optimal Unemployment Insurance over the Business Cycle" (NBER Working Paper No.
Some worry that unemployment insurance benefits may inhibit unemployed workers from vigorously looking for or accepting a new job.
This testimony discusses issues related to the financial condition of state unemployment insurance (UI) programs.
As of April 16, 93,666 people were registered in the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund as jobless, meaning that the number of registered jobless fell by 787 in a week, reports Postimees Online.

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