The federal Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation - X (TEUC-X), TEUC-AX (for airline industry workers) and Extended Benefit (EB) programs each provided up to 13 weeks of extra jobless benefits.
What does TEUC stand for?
TEUC stands for Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation
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- Military and Government
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Samples in periodicals archive:
There were two extensions of the Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation program and, in yet another sign of how times have changed, the Department of Labor issued final regulations clarifying eligibility of unemployment benefits as a direct result of a major disaster.
Over fierce Democratic opposition, Republican leaders decided to let the federal Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation Program (TEUC) expire on December 21 last year, even though over 8 million Americans are unemployed and it is taking longer than ever for unemployed workers to find new jobs -- almost 2 million Americans have been jobless for 26 weeks or more, the highest level of long-term unemployment since 1984.
Schmerin today announced that the second level of federal Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation (TEUC) benefits will not be available to Pennsylvania unemployment compensation claimants who exhaust their initial TEUC claim after Saturday, June 28.
Schmerin today announced that 100,000 Pennsylvanians will likely gain from the recent continuation of federal Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation (TEUC) benefits.
On Wednesday, May 28, 2003, President Bush signed legislation extending the federal Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation (TEUC) program for another seven months.
The Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation program for displaced airline workers (TEUC-A) was signed into law by President Bush on April 16.
Schmerin today announced that Pennsylvanians who exhaust their initial federal Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation (TEUC) benefits with the week ending Feb.