Why Kentucky employers don’t have to pay unemployment benefits

Employees credit unions in Kentucky can get a $1,000 benefit if they prove that they have been employed for at least three months.That’s enough to cover basic living expenses, including food and clothing.Employers can also get a benefit of $2,500 if they show that they’ve had to lay off at least two full-time employees and […]

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The new employment law: Why you should read the bill

How can you prove that you were actually employed?That depends on how the law is interpreted.The Oregon Employment Employment Office’s definition of “employee” under the Oregon Employee Retirement System Act, which went into effect in January 2018, is broad.It is broad enough to include anyone who “regularly, actively and regularly employ[s] the same or similar […]

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