Pennsylvania Lawmakers Meet To Solve Problems With Unemployment BenefitsLawmakers in Pennsylvania met to solve the state's problem with unemployment benefits.
Pennsylvania Quickly Recovering From Unemployment Claims Filed During The Coronavirus Pandemic, Study FindsA recent study by Wallethub found that Pennsylvania is recovering quickly from unemployment claims compared to many other states in the nation.
Senator Bob Casey Says Extending $600 Unemployment Benefit Is 'The Right Thing To Do'Out of work and headed into debt, U.S. Senator Bob Casey says Pennsylvanians are hurting.
As Extra $600 In Unemployment Benefits Ends, Some In Pennsylvania Lose LifelineNew claims for unemployment are still being filed across the Commonwealth as the extra $600 in benefits ends.
About 90,000 People Still Waiting For Answers As Pennsylvania's Unresolved Unemployment Claims Drop To 8 PercentPennsylvania's unresolved unemployment claims have dropped to eight percent, but 90,000 people are still waiting for answers.
10 Percent Of Pa.'s Unemployment Claims Are Still Stuck In LimboThere’s good news to report when it comes to Pennsylvania’s unemployment benefits system.
Department Of Labor And Industry Warns Of Unemployment FraudThe state is taking steps to cut down on unemployment fraud, scams and other problems, too.
'This Entire Process Has Been Unacceptable From The Start': State Rep. Says Legislature Is Working To Get More Help Managing Unemployment ClaimsThe unemployment headaches entered a fourth week Monday for people across the state.
Pa. Department Of Labor And Industry Brings In 70 Extra Employees To Help With Large Volume Of Unemployment ClaimsThe Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry says its unemployment compensation continued claims system is currently down.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Officials Begin Providing Unemployed With Extra $600 Per WeekSome extra money is coming to those on unemployment.
Pa. Labor Secretary: Unemployment Compensation System Is 'Wounded'Pennsylvania Secretary of Labor and Industry Kathy Manderino called the state’s unemployment compensation system the "elephant in the room."