WASHINGTON, D.C. — The economy generated a net gain in jobs for the first time in five months in October, as businesses stepped up their painfully slow pace of hiring. But the unemployment rate, measured by a separate survey of households ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — More people applied for unemployment benefits last week, the first rise in three weeks and evidence that companies are reluctant to hire in a slow economy.
Appellate Division, Third Department Unemployment Time to Appeal Matter of Davis v. Commissioner of Labor 509479 Appealed from the Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board Background: The appeal is from a board decision that the claimant’s request for a hearing was untimely. The claimant, a certified nurse’s aide for an assisted living facility, was terminated from employment […]
ALBANY — New York state’s unemployment rate rose to 8.3 percent in August, up from 8.2 percent in July. The state economy added 2,500 private sector jobs.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Private employers hired more workers over the past three months than first thought, a glimmer of hope for the weak economy ahead of the Labor Day weekend. But the unemployment rate rose because not enough jobs were created to absorb the growing number of people looking for work.
Appellate Division, Third Department Unemployment Existence of Misconduct — Disagreement Between Rulings Reilly v. Commissioner of Labor 508718 Appealed from the Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board Background: The appeal is from a board decision that held the claimant is entitled to receive unemployment insurance benefits. The claimant worked as the director of human resources for a […]
WASHINGTON — One in 10 American households with a mortgage is at risk of losing its home, and the foreclosure crisis could worsen if jobs remain scarce. About 9.9 percent of homeowners had missed at least one mortgage payment ...
WASHINGTON — New requests for unemployment benefits fell sharply last week, the first decline in a month and a hopeful sign after a raft of negative economic reports. New claims for jobless aid dropped ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Unemployment fell in fewer states in July than in the previous three months, a sign that the pace of job growth has slowed. The jobless rate dropped in 18 states and Washington, D.C. last month ...
Appellate Division, Third Department Unemployment Threatening Co-workers Matter of Messado v. Commissioner of Labor 508804 Appealed from the Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board Background: The claimant appeals from a decision the held the claimant disqualified from receiving unemployment insurance benefits because his employment was terminated due to misconduct. The claimant was employed as a cler[...]
ROCHESTER — Losing his financial analyst job at an electronics company in May 2009 brought instant lifestyle changes for Jay Bachstein: He switched to a cheaper cable-TV package, rarely eats out and forgoes vacations as he searches for work even far from home in western New York.
Appellate Division, Third Department Unemployment Matter of Peters v. Commissioner of Labor 508492 Appealed from the Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board Background: The appeal is from a decision that said the claimant was disqualified from receiving unemployment insurance benefits because his employment was terminated due to misconduct. The claimant worked as a material handler for an […]
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