Employment Issues After A Disaster

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Other Disaster Problems

This category concerns special programs, rules, and eligibility for unemployment benefits (like compensation funds or insurance) that are instituted during a disaster. This includes newly expanded eligibility for benefits, new special programs for those unemployed because of an emergency, or the extension of time on which a person can be on benefits.

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Disaster Employment And Unemployment

This information covers how disasters can impact employment and unemployment, creating various issues and challenges for both workers and employers.

Disaster Relief

This information gives you a comprehensive overview of disaster legal issues, disaster declarations, steps to prepare for a disaster, and legal deadlines, and provides helpful disaster resources.

Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA)

This information gives an overview of disaster unemployment assistance (DUA), which can be available to individuals who have lost their jobs or had their self-employment interrupted due to a major disaster declared by the President.

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