Coronavirus Unemployment: EDD Date Errors Keeping Self-Employed Filers From Their Back-PayAs businesses begin to reopen, many people are still waiting for the unemployment payments they are owed from the months they have been out of work.
As Businesses Reopen, Can Employees Legally Refuse To Come Back To Work?Some business owners are now back in action but are worried about employees returning.
Why Stimulus Checks Won't Be Taxed, But Unemployment Benefits Will BeBillions of federal coronavirus relief dollars are flowing directly into Americans' pockets, but will they have to send some of that money back to Uncle Sam come tax time?
U.S. Jobless Rate Spikes To 14.7%, Highest Since Great DepressionThe U.S. unemployment rate hit 14.7% in April, the highest rate since the Great Depression, as 20.5 million jobs vanished in the worst monthly loss on record.
Sac City Unified Authorizes 11 Teacher Layoffs As Coronavirus Brings Budget ConcernsThe Sacramento City Unified School District in a 6-1 vote on Thursday night approved the layoffs of 11 teachers as the district attempts to address a $27 million budget deficit that already persisted before the coronavirus pandemic.
Yosemite Employees Evicted Amid Coronavirus PandemicAn estimated 90 shuttle bus drivers and Yosemite National Park transportation workers who were laid off after the park closed to visitors in March are now facing eviction.
California Becomes First State To Borrow From Feds To Pay Unemployment ClaimsCalifornia has become the first state to borrow money from the federal government so it can continue paying out claims for unemployment benefits during the pandemic.