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US Labor Department awards nearly $65.5 million to fund re-employment, eligibility assessments for UE in 40 states, PR and DC

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US Labor Department awards nearly $65.5 million to fund re-employment, eligibility assessments for UE in 40 states, PR and DC

Post by Guest on Wed May 09, 2012 7:36 am

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"Today's grant announcement will allow states to provide personalized assessments for recipients of Unemployment Insurance to help them get back on their feet faster," said Labor Secretary Hilda L. Solis.

The funds will be used to conduct in-person assessments in One-Stop Career Centers. The assessments include the development of a re-employment plan for claimants, the provision of labor market information that is appropriate to the claimants' locations and employment prospects, a complete review of claimants' eligibility for Unemployment Insurance benefits, and a referral to re-employment services and/or training provided by the One-Stop Career Centers separate that is from the UI program.
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/us-labor-department-awards-nearly-655-million-to-fund-re-employment-eligibility-assessments-for-unemployment-insurance-in-40-states-puerto-rico-and-dc-2012-05-07

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Re: US Labor Department awards nearly $65.5 million to fund re-employment, eligibility assessments for UE in 40 states, PR and DC

Post by invisiblecitizen on Thu Jun 14, 2012 6:54 pm

Yikes! I didn't know a travesty like that had even been discussed before. I think a lot more than just us old boomers will get out in force to protest that. I can't imagine they would seriously consider reducing benefits to those already receiving them. On the other hand, my sister is currently getting a pension from Lockheed and she is worried that they are going to reduce her monthly amount. She worked for them for a little over 30 years.

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Re: US Labor Department awards nearly $65.5 million to fund re-employment, eligibility assessments for UE in 40 states, PR and DC

Post by Jobless_in_Ma on Fri Jun 15, 2012 11:06 am

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Re: US Labor Department awards nearly $65.5 million to fund re-employment, eligibility assessments for UE in 40 states, PR and DC

Post by Guest on Fri Jun 15, 2012 2:27 pm

Hunterforjobs wrote:What about those who aren't collecting anymore?

It's for those still collecting. Crying or Very sad

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Re: US Labor Department awards nearly $65.5 million to fund re-employment, eligibility assessments for UE in 40 states, PR and DC

Post by Guest on Fri Jun 15, 2012 10:38 pm

Jobless_in_Ma wrote:
aloneinNY51 wrote:To be honest I can't do anything as a member. But I'd be glad to assist as an administrator if asked.

Do I have everyone's vote? Smile
Thanks for showing interest however we are no longer accepting new Moderators at this point in time.

Well Employed_in_Ma, I'm sure you gave this a real hard think. Thank you for your kind consideration and please stand by.

Best wishes,
Louise (aloneinny51)

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Re: US Labor Department awards nearly $65.5 million to fund re-employment, eligibility assessments for UE in 40 states, PR and DC

Post by Guest on Fri Jun 15, 2012 10:41 pm

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Hunterforjobs wrote:What about those who aren't collecting anymore?

It's for those still collecting. Crying or Very sad

Are you 100% sure your statement as administrator is accurate? There are real live members lying in the balance of, and relying on the information provided.

As an active and caring member of this forum, I anxiously wait for your response... SnT.

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Re: US Labor Department awards nearly $65.5 million to fund re-employment, eligibility assessments for UE in 40 states, PR and DC

Post by Guest on Sat Jun 16, 2012 7:27 am

aloneinNY51 wrote:
Sick n Tired wrote:
Hunterforjobs wrote:What about those who aren't collecting anymore?

It's for those still collecting. Crying or Very sad

Are you 100% sure your statement as administrator is accurate? There are real live members lying in the balance of, and relying on the information provided.

As an active and caring member of this forum, I anxiously wait for your response... SnT.
It is up to the state. In RI, I am eligible for these assessments, online retraining, programs to update skills and other programs that will help us re-enter the workforce. This is fact - I, and a very good friend of mine, took advantage of this grant to help continue these programs, even though I have been without benefits for over two years.

Members should check with the state they live in.

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Re: US Labor Department awards nearly $65.5 million to fund re-employment, eligibility assessments for UE in 40 states, PR and DC

Post by Guest on Mon Jun 25, 2012 6:03 pm

aloneinNY51 wrote:
Sick n Tired wrote:
Hunterforjobs wrote:What about those who aren't collecting anymore?

It's for those still collecting. Crying or Very sad

Are you 100% sure your statement as administrator is accurate? There are real live members lying in the balance of, and relying on the information provided.

As an active and caring member of this forum, I anxiously wait for your response... SnT.

Just now noticed your latest critique of yet another one of my posts...my apologies for not catching it sooner.

According to my husbands experience with this, it was accurate. As administrators we are people too...NONE of us are perfect. My husband was told he did not qualify because he was no longer receiving benefits. That is here in mass.

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