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The report lists the recommendation of community benefit for Cuyahoga county, such as Health impact assessment, Construction careers program, responsible contracting, Non-construction employer Requirements, developer requirements, buy-local program, contracting equity, Community Benefits fund, and public input and oversight.Year: October, 2014•State: Ohio•Type: Policy Brief or Report•Source: Policy Matters Ohio•Policy: Employment, Compensation
If congress does not extend federal support, many unemployed Ohioans will lose benefits. Ohio's UC system is already weak and smaller share of UC applicats receive benefit.Year: 2007•State: Ohio•Type: Fact Sheet or Infograph•Source: Policy Matters Ohio•Policy: Compensation
Ohio's requirement for unemployment compensation is tough. Other than Ohio, only Michigan has the same tough qulification. Workers are not eligible for UC if they don't average $230 a week.Year: 2013•State: Ohio•Type: Fact Sheet or Infograph•Source: Policy Matters Ohio•Policy: Compensation
The fund of food assistance and medicaid of Bob Evans workers in public assistance programs has been largely increased.Year: April, 2011•State: Ohio•Type: Fact Sheet or Infographic•Source: Policy Matters Ohio•Policy: Compensation
Unemployment compensation provides the most basic benefits to workers who lose their job through no fault of their own. It lets these workers keep the rent paid and the lights on for a short time, while they find a new position. Letting workers get real help with retraining and reemployment will do more to increase solvency while maintaining the shared benefits and important economic protections provided by unemployment compensation.Year: September, 2016•State: Ohio•Type: Fact Sheet or Infographic•Source: Policy Matters Ohio•Policy: Compensation, Employment