Man Says He's Owed $20K In Unemployment Benefits But Hasn't Seen A PennyThere have been more troubles with the unemployment system in Pennsylvania as beneficiaries discover how frustrating dealing with this government agency can be.
Pennsylvania Reimposes Work Search Requirements For Those Getting Unemployment BenefitsBeginning July 18, almost everyone on unemployment must start looking for work again.
State Unemployment Compensation System Experiences Technical IssuesIf you've been having trouble filing your unemployment claim, there's a reason for it.
Pennsylvania’s Employment Grew In May, As Labor Force ShrankPennsylvania’s unemployment rate shrank in May and payrolls grew, even as the labor force contracted, according to state figures released Friday.
Economists, Child Care Specialists Say Pandemic Caused Female-Centered RecessionThe COVID-19 pandemic's economic toll hit a lot of people hard, but new figures show it’s been especially difficult for working moms looking to find daycare services.
People Have Until 9 P.M. By Wednesday Night To File Unemployment Claims Ahead Of Planned System OutageAnyone filing for unemployment in Pennsylvania should file by 9 p.m. tomorrow night before the system goes offline for upgrades.
Pennsylvania To Resume Work Search Requirement For Unemployment BenefitsPennsylvania will resume work search requirements in July for people receiving unemployment compensation, a top Wolf administration official said Monday.
Pennsylvania Unemployment Rate, Payroll In April Hardly ChangePennsylvania’s unemployment rate and payrolls remained virtually the same in April, according to state figures released Friday.
Department of Labor and Industry Holding Virtual Workshops For Unemployment Compensation System TransitionThe Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry will hold four virtual workshops to help people prepare for the transition to the new unemployment compensation system.
Businesses Hiking Wages In Hopes Of Attracting Hospitality Workers To Empty PositionsIt's becoming increasingly more difficult to find hospitality workers to fill the open jobs.
Pennsylvania's 40-Year-Old Unemployment Computer System To Be Replaced In JunePennsylvania's antiquated unemployment computer system is finally being replaced.