Changes in State unemployment insurance laws during 1969

Hickey, Joseph A.
January 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Jan70, Vol. 93 Issue 1, p62
Academic Journal
Discusses changes in unemployment insurance law in the U.S. during 1969. Benefit provisions; Qualifying requirements; Disqualification and eligibility provisions; Financing; Coverage.


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