Gov. Steve Sisolak yesterday afternoon signed a bill related to unemployment insurance passed during the 32nd Legislative Special Session.
Nevada workers who have historically been ineligible for unemployment benefits can apply for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance starting May 16.
Nevada’s DETR saw its highest amount of unemployment claims for six weeks running, and the system is still struggling to meet demand.
The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation this week released some of the first detailed information about the effects of the shutdown on workers in Washoe County.
Governor Steve Sisolak yesterday addressed concerns over the surge in unemployment claims and a system over capacity, and how DETR is working to overcome the challenges.
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