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[ad_1] The Texas Workforce Commission is offering a special childcare subsidy for parents in the service industry. TWC has an existing childcare subsidy for low-wage workers, but the new program for parents who work in retail, accommodation, food service, arts, entertainment and recreation doesn’t currently have a waitlist – according to a TWC spokesperson. Addressing
[ad_1] The state Department of Workforce Development on Wednesday announced it has contracted with Madison-based software development company Flexion to begin updating the department’s decades-old unemployment system, which has been blamed for delaying the processing of claims during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The department’s plan to modernize the state’s unemployment system, which uses 60-year-old COBOL
[ad_1] GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Scammers targeting unemployment have been a chronic problem during the pandemic, and now, there’s another scam you should be looking for. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has received reports of a phishing text, where imposters pretend to be from the Department of Workforce Development (DWD),
[ad_1] General Motors and Ford, along with Stellantis, have all announced extended plant shutdowns across North America over the past week. All three corporations have cited the global shortage of available semiconductor chips as the reason for the shutdowns, which will place thousands of US workers on temporary layoffs after the Labor Day weekend. The
[ad_1] INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Department of Workforce Development has ordered thousands of Hoosiers to repay overpayment of unemployment benefits. The process to appeal is complicated and time-consuming. I-Team 8 found a Johnson County man won his appeal, but the state continued to impose a garnishment of his wages.   Bartley Baker was shocked when he received a letter in
[ad_1] The state’s unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.9% in July, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development announced. The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ preliminary job estimates indicate Massachusetts gained 43,400 jobs in July. That follows last month’s gain of 11,200 jobs. From July 2020 to July 2021, Massachusetts gained an estimated 254,200