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EIEmployment Insurance
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EIElection Integrity (election advocacy group)
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EIEvery Issue
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EIEsercito Italiano (Italian Army)
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EIEnvironmental Institute (University of Alabama)
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EIEugene Island
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EIExtraterrestrial Intelligence
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EIEntry Interface (NASA)
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EIError Indicator
EIElectrical Interface
EIEnable Interrupt (assembly language instruction)
EIEngineering Investigation
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EIExpectations Index
EIEffectiveness Index
EIEsquerra Independentista (Catalan countries)
EIEngineering-Installation
EIExpansion Index (soil)
EIEngineering Instructions
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EIExposure Investigation
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EIExtensor Indicis
EIExternal Integration
EIEvening Independent (St Petersburg, FL newspaper)
EIEvent Interval
EIEppley Institute
EIEngineering Interoperability
EIElectrical Inspectorate
EIEtiquette International
EIÉtudes Intégrées (French: Integrated Studies)
EIEnterprise and Innovations
EIEphemeris Improvement
EIExecution Indexing
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Cases where a new function was envisaged: Employment Insurance Bill C-280 proposed that the Employment Insurance Commission should engage in investing funds--a new function for the Commission requiring a royal recommendation.
He said that proposed changes to the employment insurance program will likely relieve some of the demand for social services benefits.
We contacted the fund, and it quickly came through with $360 for each of the young man's parents--what they thought they would get from employment insurance. That's not a lot of money to most Canadians, but it was to them.
The Canadian Employment Insurance system represents an excellent
Parents who take time off to care for their newborns have already paid into the Employment Insurance benefits they receive through payroll deductions--which is much less than their weekly paycheque.
Instead money was provided for training and make-work projects so the displaced fishery workers could qualify for employment insurance benefits for the winter, and the new Quebec government of Jean Charest promised three weeks of aid and agreed to pay the interest on the Coasters' fishing boat loans.
A determination by a representative of the Employment Insurance Commissioner that an employee is disqualified from receiving benefits for misconduct presents a mixed question of fact and law.
Employers and employees pay into this program through their share of a national Employment Insurance program and as a further benefit provided by some union Health Care Plans, some employees can enjoy up to 80 percent of their full wages while staying at home with their child.
The following were among the recommendations presented: (1) strengthen legal and institutional frameworks for VET; (2) raise the rate of irregular workers taking out employment insurance; (3) provide greater opportunities for irregular workers with more VET; (4) increase public awareness regarding the need for VET for irregular workers; (5) develop training programs to meet irregular workers' needs, and vary programs' approaches by target audience; and (6) improve employment conditions so that irregular workers can attend VET programs more easily.
Koizumi and Sasamori are expected to discuss government financial support for work-sharing, as well as issues such as the extension of employment insurance to those who have lost jobs and reform in the public servant system, the officials said.
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