UI

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UIUser Interface
UIUnemployment Insurance
UIUseful Information
UIUniversity of Illinois
UIUniversitas Indonesia (University of Indonesia)
UIUniversity of Iowa
UIUltra Instinct (manga)
UIUnique Identifier
UIUniversity of Idaho
UIUrinary Incontinence
UIUrban Industrial (target for air strike)
UIUnder the Influence
UIUnder Instruction
UIUrban Institute (Washington, DC, USA)
UIUniversity of Isfahan (Iran)
UIUniversity of Ibadan (Nigeria)
UIUnited Illuminating Company
UIUnix International
UIUnnumbered Information
UIUser Interface Machine
UIUnidad Internacional (Spanish: International Unit; measurement)
UIUser Integration
UIUniversal Interface (NEC)
UIUnit Interval
UIUniversity of Incheon (South Korea)
UIUnit of Issue
UIUnit Interface
UIUniversity of Indianapolis
UIUnit Injector
UIUndergraduate Instructor (education)
UIUnemployment Initial (DOL)
UIUranium Institute (London, UK)
UIUnit Inventory
UIUpgrade Insurance
UIUtility Infielder
UIUnalaska Island (Alaska)
UIUnidentified Individual (courts)
UIUnion Interparlementaire
UIUnión Interparlamentaria (Spanish)
UIFatty Acid Unsaturation Index
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The DOLE certification ensuring a worker as retrenched because of 'authorized causes' is a requirement before SSS could process unemployment insurance.
As a result of the Nelson Design Group's low reserve amount at DWS, the unemployment insurance tax it paid before the recession climbed from 3.5 percent of payroll to 14.3 percent.
Most unemployment insurance providers are interested in working with insurance brokers, offering varying commission structures.
That action would allow annual unemployment insurance rates paid by employers to go up from $707 per employee to $767 per employee, but avoid a much steeper hike to $850 per employee scheduled to take effect in July.
With the economic and financial crisis, the EU has begun taking an interest in a European unemployment insurance scheme to serve as an automatic stabiliser in the eurozone, since the governments that share the same currency have lost the capacity to use budget stabilisers to deal with a recession.
have been employed for at least six months from the application date of the Unemployment Insurance Law.
"Failing to extend emergency unemployment insurance through 2014 will negatively impact 14 million Americans -- the 4.9 million workers who will see unemployment insurance cut off and the approximately 9 million additional family members they are supporting," Sperling said.
The Congressional Research Service reports that nearly 2,400 people who received unemployment insurance in 2009 lived in households with annual incomes of $1 million or more.
TALLINN - The Unemployment Insurance Fund noted that an increase in the number of unemployed persons is usual in the beginning of the year and, hence, the growth in the unemployment rate will be faster than during the last two months of 2011, reports Postimes Online.
Labor Department's annual survey of "unemployment insurance integrity rates" shows a need for greater integrity nationwide, including in Oregon.
To minimize the impact of these unemployment conditions on household incomes, the federal government implemented an unemployment insurance benefit called the Extended Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program.
von Wachter, Columbia University and NBER; and Stefan Bender, Institut fur Arbeitsmarkt und Berufsforschung, "The Effects of Extended Unemployment Insurance over the Business Cycle: Evidence from Regression Discontinuity Estimates over Twenty Years"
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