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Are you eligible to apply for Unemployment in New Hampshire?

The Federal CARES Act was enacted Friday, March 27th. This includes an additional $600 per week for all individuals filing in New Hampshire until July 31st. It also provides an additional 13 weeks of eligibility on top of the existing 26 weeks.

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Are you equipped?

With #Coronavirus forcing many of us to stay at home, work from home jobs may be an option you are seriously considering. So, how do you do it? What do you need to actually work from home?

Most remote job descriptions outline what is needed, but in general you can be prepared for #workfromhome with the following supplies:

1. Computer - Consider a machine with Windows operating system. There are companies that allow you to use a PC or a Mac, but many remote customer service and transcription jobs require Windows (PC). Pay close attention to the computer requirements in the posting.

2. High-speed Internet - usually between 3-5 Mbps. To check the speed of your connection by clicking here when you are connected to your internet.

3. Dedicated Land Line - while this is not always true, many customer service and sales jobs require landlines. If you don’t have a landline and don’t want to get one, make sure you are looking for jobs that do not have this requirement.

4. Boundaries - set up a workspace. Communicate with family members and set expectations during your working hours/time. If you can’t physically separate your workspace, considering using visual cues. For example, a green cup on my desk means I can be interrupted or don’t need quiet, but a red cup means I can’t be interrupted and I require quiet.

*5. Accessories (headset, printer/scanner, webcam) *- These will help to make working at home more productive and comfortable, but are not alway required (check job postings).

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Mary Graham Would love to work from home

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I have a Laptop and a printer are willing to get what I need to work at home

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Getting paid Coronavirus Money - UPDATED INFO!

The IRS has published how it plans to pay you #coronavirus 'economic impact' money if you're eligible:

• You will get paid economic impact money by direct deposit if you have filed 2019 (or 2018) taxes and provided the IRS your bank account info

• If you have filed your 2019 (or 2018) tax return, but the IRS does NOT have your bank account info, go to the IRS: Get My Payment to update your information

• If you are not typically required to file a tax return (low income, veterans, disability, etc.) go to the IRS: Non-filers enter payment info here so you can get paid!

This money is vital for so many of us - so I'll do my best to share updates as I hear about them.

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When will we receive this paymeny

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Terra Mendelsohn
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I still haven’t received my 1st payment and I filed in 2018 and had direct deposit set up. I filed 2019 in March and it still says being processed and I can’t get any updates on the get my payment website bc it’s still being processed

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Struggling because of COVID - job loss, layoff, reduced hours?

Each situation and each state is unique, so trying to figure out how to get help is #stressful! But you can do this, and here is how:

1. Find state specific resources and links. Go to Unemployment Resource Center or check out your state’s topic page on Jobcase.

2. Apply! There is no harm in applying and many past requirements have been waived due to our current situation.

3. Keep Record. Write down your confirmation. Keep track of dates you filed so you don’t miss a week and can keep track of your state's requirements to get benefits.

4. File online weekly. Return to your state's sites and file weekly.

5. Reach out. - Jobcase is here for you. Your friends and family are here for you. Happy, sad, discouraged, optimistic, annoyed, thankful… whatever you are feeling, share it! Someone is here to help; you can help someone else. We are in this together!

#coronavirus #unemployment

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I was laid off work due to Covid 19. I filled for unemployment benefits benefits and was denied. I was told that I had not earned the minimum requirements for unemployment benefits. I told them I had just started my new job and was laid off because we were directly affected by the by the PANDEMIC. They still refused me help. Now I'm trying to at least get the PUA benefits and I can't get anyone on the phone here in Tennessee. It's going on two whole months now. I need help asap....

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Hello I'm from Chicago Illinois, serving penalty weeks. I've paid back my over payment and served 8 penalty weeks out of 26. I am not collecting any pandemic funds nor my remaining balance of unemployment fund's. Does any one know if Congress will change this during this pandemic? Is anyone going through similar situation or any ideas tips ect... The Congress can forgive employer on penalties why not the employees. I've called ides numerous if times no answer. It was mentioned on channel 2 news but haven't heard anything else

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With so many people working at home right now I think it's important to also relax and enjoy a slower pace. We live in such a constant high stress world but it's important instead of feeling locked into our homes to possibly learn how to enjoy a little more relaxation and focus on our families and things that matter most to us now to preserve these things for our future. #coronavirus #workfromhome #healthcare

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Totally agreed!

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Vickie Bosworth
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I couldn't agree more!! I have started crafting... it's actually funny because when i try to color, I never color between the lines!!

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EEOC Updated Information on the Virus

I got this information in my email. It is information about the virus and what can & can't be done. Interesting read though for people looking for or looking to keep a job in these odd times.

https://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/newsroom/wysk/wysk_ada_rehabilitaion_act_coronavirus.cfm

Colleen Method

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Alonzo Cooper
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Just pray

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"How are you?" The classic Ice-breaker means a little more these days

I've found myself pausing a bit when starting conversations with friends or candidates...most of us will begin any sort of discussion with a nearly automatic, "how are you" or "How's it going?" or "How's your day going today?" and it's really more of a habit than anything else.

However, lately given the current state of the Covid-19 pandemic I find myself being more mindful when asking this previously automatic question. I have no idea how another person is handling this situation...whether they've lost loved ones already or have relatives working in a healthcare system quickly running short on supplies...we are all in this together but our experience with this virus is not one-size-fits-all.

We need to keep checking in with each other and I hope everyone in this group is doing well! We are #strongertogether!

#OneplaceJobcase #community

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Will: This is one of the most helpful, caring & compassionate posts I think I've ever seen on this site. Thank you.

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Coronavirus Testing - Good News!

Good news for testing! On Friday, the FDA approved a coronavirus test made by Abbott Labs. It takes as little as five minutes to deliver positive results and could be coming to urgent care centers this week.

And Abbott Labs is hiring - check their website at https://www.jobs.abbott/us/en to see if there is an opening near you!

#coronavirus #jobs

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Don't agree and i don't believe it was a such thing too me it was an set up of bring down the banking industry to its knees so that this can issue in the NEW WORLD ORDER LIKE THE THE BIBLE SAID .I wasn't going around thinking that something was wrong with me when it wasn't and trust me ITS GOING TO BE EVEN A BIGGER SURPRISE BEHIND THIS WHEN PEOPLE HAVE TO TAKE THIS MARK OF THE ANTI CHRIST IN ORDER TO REMAIN IN THE WORLD SYSTEM TO WHERE THEY HAVE FULLY CONTROL OF YOUR COMINGS AND GOINGS AND THEY ARE ABLE TO MONITOR YOU IN EVERYTHING YOU DO I GOING TO SEE IS IT GOING TO BE WELL WORTH YOUR TIME AND BY YOU BEING UNDER THERE CONTROL THEY CAN DO WHAT EVER THEY WANT TO DO TO YOU OR WITH YOU AND FOR THOSE THAT DON'T TAKE THIS MARK 666 THEY WILL SUFFER AND WILL NOT BE ABLE TO LIVE LIKE THOSE THAT TOOK THE MARK AND ONCE YOU TAKE THIS MARK ITS NO TURNING BACK. IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE READ THE BOOK OF REVELATION THE WHOLE BOOK . AND THAT'S ONE THING THAT IS FOR SURE THAT BIBLE DON'T LIE MAN LIE BUT GOD DON'T LIE. OH!!! BOY TRUST ME THERE IS SOMETHING THAT IS COMING UPON THIS EARTH THAT THIS WORLD HAS NEVER SEEN NOT SINCE THE BEGINNING OF TIME.

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Micheal Sausser
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Thank god for we atheists to just stick with logic...

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News of worker walkouts happening today

I'm hearing news that warehouse workers and delivery drivers are staging a walkout today for better pay and safety measures against Coronavirus at work. What do y'all think will happen from this?

#coronavirus #jobsearch #warehouselogistics #deliverydriver

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donna level
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I think that people who really need to work will take those jobs. It’s an unfortunate situation but everyone has a choice.

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Sherri Spain
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Lyft is paid pathetic! Especially when Noone tips u even a fricking dollar to even help out with gas! I quit driving for 2 months now because of that! California lyft drivers get 19$ an hour!!

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