Unemployment Insurance and Employment Security

Hickey, Joseph A.
December 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Dec67, Vol. 90 Issue 12, p33
Academic Journal
Focuses on proposals to amend employment security laws in most of the legislatures in the United States. Extension of the protection of the program to employees previously excluded; Move of some states of increasing the maximum weekly benefit amounts; Changes in base period and benefit year.


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