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In its meeting in March 2012, the NAC had deliberated on social security for unorganized workers to make the Unorganized Workers' Social Security Act, 2008 as inclusive as possible with a comprehensive social security package to be provided through single window backed by a common ICT architecture.
Last Sunday, Parvanov signed a decree to return the State and Public Social Security Act for 2012 to the Parliament for new debates.
In 1935, FDR (president Franklin Delano Roosevelt ) passed the Social Security Act .
From Welfare to Workfare focuses on the evolution of Aid to Dependent Children from its enactment in the original (1935) Social Security Act to its demise in the (1996) Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act.
Nierotko, 327 US 358 (1946), the Supreme Court held that back pay awarded to wrongfully discharged employees under the National Labor Relations Act constituted wages for purposes of the Social Security Act of 1935.
The Social Security Act of 1935 prohibits payments from being withheld to pay off debts.
ACTIVITY BACK TO THE BEGINNING: Have students listen to or read the brief speech President Roosevelt made in 1935, when he signed the Social Security Act into law.
The SOP contains guidance on planning, performing and reporting on audits of statements of social insurance, and also more clearly describes the auditor's responsibility with respect to work performed and findings reported by external review groups, such as the board of trustees established by the Social Security Act.