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Unemployment Changes Impacting Ohio

Short-Time Compensation or Worksharing is a provision added to the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 to prevent companies from being forced to perform temporary or mass layoffs. The provision will allow Ohio employers to reduce the number of hours an employee works per week in order to maintain their employment, while allowing the employee to file for UC benefits to supplement the number of hours reduced in their work week.

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The National Foundation for Unemployment Compensation and Workers’ Compensation held their annual conference in Denver, Colorado on June 20th – 22nd to provide updates regarding national unemployment insurance and strategies that UI representatives can implement to educate their state’s employers. Sheakley was again in attendance for this conference to ensure our UI representatives are educated on all the policies and procedures that impact your growing business.

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