New York State Unemployment

February 13, 2011 by staff 

New York State Unemployment, Its time to do something for Great Nation, No need to just saying bad to old administrations, every one has voted for change not just same old. Obama is hoping Nation now. World is looking to U.S. , Elmendorf, echoing its membership, which consists of small business owners in New York, said the engine of job growth does not turn up business costs start machine in New York.

In December, the state shed 22.6000 private sector jobs while the unemployment rate declined official state at 8.2 percent, against 9.8 percent nationally.

Elmendorf says his members are concerned that a massacre of jobs is facing New Yorkers without a plan for economic recovery.

But even with promises of a better business climate under Governor Como, it could be years before enough jobs are created to significantly reduce the number of unemployed.

States and companies can get a little more help from Washington in the treatment costs of high unemployment – at least for the next two years.

The Obama administration has waived interest payments for two years in the States and borrowed 42.3 billion the federal government to cover unemployment benefits. Some 30 states are on the hook for an estimated $ 1.3 billion in fees and interest this year.

The measure, one of three related to the costs of UI will be part of the federal budget that President Obama will deliver to Congress next week. Already, Republicans are lining up to oppose this proposal, which must be approved by Congress to become law.

The other two measures have a direct impact on employers pay taxes to support the system of unemployment. It might postpone for two years an increase in federal unemployment taxes, which are used to repay the loan principal.

The other, however, proves to be the most controversial. It calls for increasing the level of wages of workers subject to federal unemployment and 15,000 in 2014 and now 7000 cons.

Five residents of Rockland County have been arrested in connection with the theft of state unemployment benefits in New York, according to Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe and state Labor Commissioner Colleen C. Gardner.

Zugibe said they are accused of receiving benefits totaling more than 24,300 funds and state unemployment insurance trust while earning a salary.
Charged with third degree grand theft, a crime, are:
Charles Austin, 42, of Palisades Court 2, Pomona
Mauricio Duarte, 48, 30 Third St., Hillburn
Group Robin, 49, 13 Wyndham Court, Nanuet
Kaufman Hayden, 32, 7 Georgian Drive, Stony Point |
Jayson Joubert, 31, of 19 Hoyt St., Spring Valley
“Unemployment benefits act as a lifeline for those in need during times of economic instability,” said Zugibe. “These funds will not be fraudulently drained by Rockland County residents, who rightly, be supported. ”
The charges are the result of an investigation by the Rockland County Special Investigations Unit and the New York State Department of Labor.
Zugibe said Rocklanders five are accused falsely stating that they either did not work, or to lie about the number of hours they worked. He said they worked in a variety of occupations, including retail sales, occupational therapy and sanitation and benefits overpaid from 3100 and more than $ 7,000.

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