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  • Basics of Disaster Unemployed Assistance Program

    NELP discusses the significant limitations of the program for disaster unemployment assistance. The document is PDF format. Content Detail

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    National Employment Law Project (NELP)
  • Disaster Unemployment Assistance

    Disaster Unemployment Assistance provides financial assistance to individuals whose employment or self-employment has been lost or interrupted as a direct result of a major disaster declared by the President of the United states. Before an individual can be determined eligible for Disaster Unemployment Assistance, it must be established that the individual is not eligible for regular unemployment insurance benefits (under any state or federal law). The program is administered by states as agents of the federal government. Content Detail

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    U.S. Department of Labor
  • Know Your Rights: Legal Rights of Agricultural Workers

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    South Carolina Legal Services - Rock Hill
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  • Lawyer Referral Service Online

    The Lawyer Referral Service Online provides a list of attorneys by county that participate in the Bar's LRS program. To find an attorney simply click the county in which you live and look for one that practices in the area of law concerning your question. Content Detail

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    South Carolina Bar Association
  • Unemployment Benefits for Victims of Domestic Violence

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    South Carolina Legal Services - Columbia
  • Unemployment Benefits (Video)

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    South Carolina Legal Services - Rock Hill
  • Unemployment Compensation

    Lawline FAQ: If you have temporarily or permanently lost your job through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to unemployment compensation. Content Detail

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    South Carolina Bar Association
  • United States Employment Services - The Employment and Workforce Information Service

    The Wagner-Peyser Act of 1933 established a nationwide system of public employment offices that are known as the Employment Service. This system has provided high quality job seeker and employer labor exchange service and information for over sixty years. The Employment Service has been known by many names including the Job Service, the "Labor Board" and the "Unemployment Office". But by any name there is no question that the Employment Service has fulfilled the employment related information and service needs of millions nationwide. Content Detail

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    U.S. Department of Labor