What’s Working: Thousands of fraud holds lifted for Colorado unemployed, while more face pricier health insurance
How some things unexpectedly went from bad to worse for some out-of-work people in Colorado. Plus, Lost Wages benefits begin, more unemployment fraud news and other updates in this week’s What’s Working.
What’s Working: Extra $300 unemployment benefit gets a start date and how Colorado overpaid $40 million in jobless aidBy Tamara Chuang Business Primary category in which blog post is published
What’s Working: Why it takes two months to get a callback on unemployment: 25% of scheduled calls are “no shows”By Tamara Chuang Business Primary category in which blog post is published
What’s Working: Unemployment benefits for a year, $300 is the new $600 and how to get that call backBy Tamara Chuang Business Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s unemployment fund could run out of money next month. Here’s what that means for businesses.
Some businesses will see a 54-85% hike in insurance premiums as Colorado's jobless fund becomes insolvent
Colorado's unemployment fund has enough to cover 18 months of unemployment pay -- but only in a regular recession. There’s concern the coronavirus will cause an extraordinary downturn and that the program is underfunded.
The #StopTheSpread pledge has been signed by 1,200 tech executives who agree to change work policies, and support frontline workers to "flatten the curve" faster.
Guild Education’s twist on college is working for cashiers, sales clerks and others who abandoned the idea of a college degree
Led by co-founder Rachel Carlson, Guild Education's modern approach to educating workers is fueling Denver startup’s success story