Can I apply for unemployment benefits if you refuse to return to the office during a pandemic?

As states begin to lift stay-at-home orders, some businesses are reopening their doors after a two-month hiatus, CNBC recalls. Retail, restaurant, hospitality, service and meat processing workers receive calls from their employers about ...

Medical insurance during the crisis: what to do to those who have lost their jobs and got sick COVID-19

The notorious 2019-nCoV coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, turned out to be deadly for people. Serious economic problems have become a side effect of the pandemic. Measures to prevent the spread of the virus in many cases led to the closure of a large number of small and medium-sized businesses, as well as partial layoffs ...

'Worst Ahead': US Treasury Head Expects Further Unemployment Rise

The number of unemployed "will get worse before the situation gets better." This was stated by the head of the US Treasury Department, Stephen Mnuchin, writes NPR. According to Mnuchin, the anti-record of job losses in the country has not yet been broken - the head of the Treasury claims that “the numbers are likely to get worse before ...

Inquiries from the doctor and make-up at a distance: how Hollywood is trying to resume filming

Hollywood actor Bobby Reed yearned for work: his last show, 3 months of filming for HBO, ended on January 17. Bobby sat all this time in quarantine, until a new proposal arrived. Filming is scheduled to begin on May 9 in Los Angeles, says “The Voice ...

Despite the pandemic: Trump insists on eliminating Obamacare

Speaking to reporters at the White House, US President Donald Trump announced the need to reform the country's health insurance system. Why now is not the right time for this initiative, says CNN. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which has become one of the leading causes of death ...

Coronavirus crisis: US unemployment rate hits historic high

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 20,5 million people in the US lost their jobs in April. This is the most sudden and largest recession since the government began tracking data in 1939. Writes about this CNN. These losses followed ...

Trump said coronavirus is worse than attack on Pearl Harbor and September 11 attacks

President Donald Trump said the COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a heavier blow to the United States than the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II or the 11/5 attacks, Voice of America reported. In the first quarter, the US GDP contracted by almost XNUMX%, the maximum from ...

How quickly the states will recover from the boom of unemployment due to coronavirus: rating

The new coronavirus has taken over the United States and the world, temporarily paralyzing many of the industries we have come to rely on. In 6 weeks, the US unemployment rate reached a new record high. The total number of new applications for unemployment benefits has exceeded 30 million since the beginning ...

Taxpayers sue governor of California over idea of ​​paying benefits to illegal immigrants

A group of California taxpayers has filed a lawsuit against Governor Gavin Newsom to block the implementation of his initiative to pay financial aid to illegal immigrants affected by the coronavirus, writes Fox 2. Two plaintiffs, Robin Crest and Howard A. Myers, are asking the court to declare payments of benefits to illegal aliens illegal. ...

US immigrant businessmen and quarantine removal: what our people think about the situation in the country

Ukrainians in the United States, including businessmen, told VOA News about how they feel about lifting quarantine restrictions for the service sector. The first US state to quickly emerge from quarantine was Georgia. The Governor has already allowed most of the companies from ...

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