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You will likely lose unemployment benefits if you refuse to go back to work

Workers who have been temporarily laid off because of the COVID-19 health crisis will likely lose their unemployment benefits if they refuse to go...

You will likely lose unemployment benefits if you refuse to go back to work

Workers who have been temporarily laid off because of the COVID-19 health crisis will likely lose their unemployment benefits if they refuse to go...

Unemployment insurance causing headaches as state begins distributing extra cash

Phone lines are tied up, and answers seem to be trickling in only a little bit at a time. Desperate for clarity, unemployed Hoosiers...

Unemployment insurance causing headaches as state begins distributing extra cash

Phone lines are tied up, and answers seem to be trickling in only a little bit at a time. Desperate for clarity, unemployed Hoosiers...

June 2015 Indiana Employment Report

Indiana’s unemployment rate decreased 0.2 percent to 4.9 percent in June due mostly to a 2,200 worker increase in the labor force and a...

Black Technology Organization presents Fortune 100 Job Fair

The 36th annual National Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) Technology Conference will be hosting a two-day free Fortune 1000 Career Fair that is set...

Small Businesses Owners: Raising Minimum Wage Makes Good Business Sense

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – More than 60 percent of small business owners with employees favor increasing the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 in...

Unemployment extensions expire

Today marks the expiration of the five federally funded extensions of unemployment (EEUC and EB). Approximately 90,000 Hoosiers are currently receiving federally funded extended...

January unemployment rate drops to 9.7 percent

The unemployment rate dropped unexpectedly in January to 9.7 percent, while employers shed 20,000 jobs, according to a report that offered hope the economy...

2009 income tax information for unemployment recipients

The Department of Workforce Development (DWD) recently launched a new Web page to help Hoosiers report their unemployment information on their 2009 income tax...
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