study of persons who exhausted unemployment compensation benefits in Connecticut during 1949
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study of persons who exhausted unemployment compensation benefits in Connecticut during 1949 labor market status, means of support, months employed, receiving benefits, and unprotected exhaustees seeking work, married women, and other items. by Connecticut. Employment Security Division.

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Published by Emp. Sec. Div., Research Dept. in [Hartford] .
Written in English



  • Connecticut


  • Unemployed -- Connecticut

Book details:

LC ClassificationsHD5725.C8 A5 1949
The Physical Object
Pagination65 l.
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6086102M
LC Control Number50063461

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(C) Service with respect to which unemployment compensation is payable under an unemployment compensation plan established by an Act of Congress, provided the administrator is authorized to enter into agreements with the proper agencies under such Act of Congress, to provide reciprocal treatment to individuals who have, after acquiring potential rights to benefits under this chapter, acquired rights to unemployment compensation .   unemployment rate is good news for Connecticut and is an indication of a recovering economy, the rate reduction triggers “off” certain Extended Benefits for a portion of UI Size: KB. The benefit year is the period in which you may be eligible to collect your maximum benefits. Your benefit year begins on the Sunday of the week you file your claim. If your benefits are exhausted before the end of your benefit year, a new claim cannot be taken until the benefit year has Size: KB. Workers' Compensation Summary - Connecticut. The Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission administers the Workers' Compensation Act. The following brief summary is intended to provide a general overview of Workers' Compensation coverage and benefits in Connecticut. See the separate topic for help with further information contact your local or state Workers' Compensation.

Protection of Individual Rights under the Unemployment Compensation Act You have a legal right to file a claim for unemployment benefits or to testify on behalf of a co-worker or anyone else filing a claim for Size: 1MB. Almost two-thirds of the states, and all the New England states except New Hampshire, have exhausted their unemployment insurance trust fund and borrowed from the federal government at .   Policy-makers responded to this employment calamity by extending the maximum duration of unemployment insurance (UI) benefits. Beginning in May , federal Extended Benefits (EB) and Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) extensions raised the regular week limit to as many as 99 weeks for some workers.1 As Figure 2 shows, total UI Cited by:   In any event, according to the Connecticut Department of Labor website, if you exhaust your initial 26 weeks of unemployment benefits by Febru , you will automatically be mailed instructions on how to file for the 20 weeks of extended benefits under the "First-Tier" program (that would be the federally funded EUC Tier I).

In Illinois, 71, unemployed workers exhausted their benefit rights between April 1 and Decem "^ Arthur Altmeyer, Commissioner of Social Security, reported in Sep- tember, , that 30% of the workers collecting unemployment insurance exhaust their benefits and that in some states the figures run as high as 50%.^^ The problem is.   In general, to receive unemployment compensation benefits, claimants must have earned at least 40 times their weekly benefit rate during their base period. Also, they must have been dismissed through no fault of their own (i.e., the law identifies numerous circumstances, such as quitting a job, under which a claimant is disqualified). The A. F. of L. objected to the bill declaring it to be a device to reduce the income of the unemployment-compensation fund. It further declared the benefits paid under the New York unemployment insurance law inadequate, the waiting period too long, and the amount of the benefit check too small to afford the worker reasonable protection. The Connecticut Unemployment Compensation Act provides financial benefits to workers who become partially or fully unemployed.. The act is administered by the Employment Security Division of the Connecticut Department of Labor. Most employers are required to contribute to the unemployment compensation fund through a system of payroll taxes.