I'm having real challenges with my unemployment payments. I have not received a payment since I started on March 3rd. They were sending my claims forms and when I wrote a note stating I was not being paid, they have since stopped sending the claims forms altogether. There is not a number in California where you can reach a person at the EDD and I'm currently burning through my previous savings. Hope this is the right forum where I may receive some assistance.
" The cost of center-based child care — as opposed to family child care — jumped by 44 percent." - Politico
The high cost of child care and lack of paid leave are serious issues for working parents. How do we encourage employers to offer more child care benefits?
KellyConnect just listed 2 new full-time, work from home Technical Support job opportunities for 2nd and overnight shifts. Earning potential up to $17.75/hour!
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Technical Support Rep - Must be able to work a 2nd shift between 1pm – 1am, (EST)
Technical Support Representative - Overnight - Must be able to work a 3rd shift between 9pm – 9am, (CST)
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Alorica. announced that they are looking to hire over 800 customer service employees to work from home.
According to the company’s website, starting pay is $14 per hour. Depending on the position, the company also offers benefits, insurance and a 401(k).
In a release, Alorica Inc. said qualified candidates must meet high-speed internet requirements, and will train and work remotely.
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NOTE- not all states are currently hiring
A) A pay wage of $17+ per hour
B) Skills training and career development
C) Help paying for college
D) A signing bonus
E) Health benefits
F) Childcare assistance
G) Predictable scheduling
H) Other (please specify in the comments)
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