by StateMaryland 172,622 views
Beginning September 26, 2013, the Maryland Division of Unemployment Insurance will begin phasing in a change from biweekly continued claim filing and payments to weekly continued claim filing and payments. Each weekly claim certification will cover a one week period. Please disregard the portion of the Continued Claim section in this video that refers to timely filing of biweekly continued claims. Go to http://www.dllr.maryland.gov/employment/uiweeklynotice.shtml for updated information. We apologize for any confusion.
Video describes the process of applying for and receiving Unemployment Insurance benefits from the State of Maryland
by StateMaryland 5,238 views
El siguiente video le dará instrucciones en como registrar su reclamo continuo. Comenzando el 26 de septiembre de 2013, la división del seguro de Desempleo de Maryland hará un cambio en la forma de registrar su reclamo y de recibir sus pagos quincenales a un reclamo continuo y pagos semanales. Cada reclamo cubrirá un periodo de una semana. Por favor ignore la sección de reclamos continuo en este video que se refieren a los reclamos quincenales. Vaya a "Cambio en la Presentación de su Reclamo Continuo del Seguro de Desempleo y la forma en que recibirá sus pagos de beneficios" (http://www.dllr.maryland.gov/employment/uiweeklynotice.shtm
l#es) para informacion actualizada. Le pedimos disculpas por cualquier confusion.
Instrucción cómo solicitar seguro de desempleo en Maryland
by StateMaryland 806 views
An overview of safety and health enforcement services offered by Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH).
by StateMaryland 526 views
An overview of safety and health consultation services offered by Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH).
by StateMaryland 305 views
INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS 101: What, Why, How and Impact
Don't miss this webinar to learn just how far industry partnerships have come in the last decade, and the keys to their success. This is for all stakeholders, those already convening industry or sector partnerships, those just beginning to consider the model; and all your partners, including workforce development, education, economic development, human service organizations, and other community organizations.
Industry partnerships are employer-driven; they are regional; they are coordinated by a credible convener; they act as a coordinating body across multiple education, workforce development, economic development and other programs; they create highly customized responses to a target industry's needs, and therefore highly accurate responses. They can yield powerful impacts related to how jobseekers attach and advance in the labor market; how companies grow and expand; and how state and local programs work better together to do more with less.
by StateMaryland 144 views
Roll up your sleeves! This webinar will be spent digging into industry data. Using good data is an essential early step to launching an industry partnership, but it can get overwhelming fast. We'll learn how to read and use data without getting "analysis paralysis," including assessing which industries really drive your regional economy.
We'll learn how to weigh multiple factors such as short and long term job growth, density of companies within one industry in your region, number of jobs, and average wages and salaries. Finally, we will discuss what to do with this information, and how to use it to immediately start building buy in and support from public and private partners to launch an industry partnership.
by StateMaryland 126 views
Mobilizing Your Partnerships: Preparing for the Launch PowerPoint presentation (1.6MB, download PowerPoint viewer for free)
This webinar will provide specific how-to tips and tools for these decisions, and will setyou on a solid track for mobilizing the development of your partnership -- or expansion of an existing one.
Industry partnerships require the right balance of good planning and action. You will want to make decisions about the right convener, key partners, employer champions, the geographic scope of your partnership, the right level of industry specialization, and how to use current initiatives in your area already going on that are related to your target industry.
by StateMaryland 93 views
Business services through the Maryland Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning
by StateMaryland 120 views
Information concerning the regional approach used for job seekers and employers by the Laurel Regional Workforce Center
by StateMaryland 113 views
Description of services available to veterans through the Maryland Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning
by StateMaryland 6 views
These instructions for employees of the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) will assist you in migrating your e-mail mail messages from your Outlook account to your new maryland.gov Gmail account.