unemployment-benefits

Starting July 18, Pa. unemployed must prove work search to receive jobless benefits

BY: - May 24, 2021

Unemployment recipients must begin applying for jobs the week of July 11 to show they’ve met the requirement for the week of July 18.

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Report: Most states are weeks late in paying unemployment benefits. How did Pa. do? | Monday Morning Coffee

BY: - December 7, 2020

As of Nov. 1, all but three states were meeting the federal mandate to get benefit payments to 87 percent of applicants within three weeks.

Report: Pa. may ask Washington for help paying enhanced unemployment benefits

BY: - August 10, 2020

The Wolf administration said Monday that reducing the benefit from $600 a week to $400 a week will make it harder for families to get by.

Trump does end run on Congress; signs executive order extending unemployment benefits, suspends payroll taxes

BY: - August 8, 2020

Trump said the actions would “take care of pretty much this entire situation, as we know it.” But Democrats in Congress are likely to continue pushing for a broader legislative package similar to the $3 trillion relief bill the House passed in May.