AMERICAN FACE CRISIS OF GOING BACK TO WORK WHEN THE ECONOMY REOPENS

CAMPAIGNING AFTER CORONOVIRUS: WHAT WILL THE 2020 ELECTIONS LOOK LIKE?

HOW TO FLATTEN THE JOBLESS CURVE BY REVISITING UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS

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USDOL Awards Nearly $24 Million in Grants for Job Corps Scholars Program for At-Risk Youth

Excited for three community colleges who I worked with to receive these grants. Congrats to Blue Ridge Community and Technical College, WV, Palm Beach State…

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Campaigning After Coronavirus: What Will The 2020 Elections Look Like?

Arizonans will be casting their ballots in August’s primary elections, and then again in November when the general election rolls around. However, there are a lot of questions about how they’ll work and what it’ll look like. Listen to conversation with KJZZ host Mark Brodie.

Americans Face Crisis of Going Back to Work When the Economy Reopens

By: Brent Orrell and Mason Bishop The United States economy has been in shock amid the coronavirus crisis. More than 30 million people are unemployed…

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Building A More Responsive Workforce System

In the Hardly Working episode, “The Building Blocks of the Federal Workforce System,” Brent Orrell and I discuss the history and efficacy of the federal…

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How to flatten the jobless curve by revisiting unemployment benefits

The social distancing and stay home orders that have begun to flatten the curve of coronavirus infections have imposed great costs on workers. The unemployment that began as a service sector phenomenon is spreading to every corner of the economy.

Analysis of CARES Act Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

To assist businesses and governors, WorkEd has issued a memorandum outlining important components of the guidance and providing an avenue for states to process applications and get benefits issued. This is already being distributed in a number of states, and I hope it helps self-employed workers get assistance quickly.

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