$300 Weekly Federal Pandemic Jobless Benefit Boost Ends Labor DayWhile the eviction moratorium in California doesn't expire until the end of the month, Labor Day marks the end of the $300 weekly pandemic federal jobless benefit boost.
Southland Residents Receiving Unemployment Insurance Must Actively Seek Work As Of July 11 In Order To Keep BenefitsGovernor Gavin Newsom's administration announced Thursday that beginning July 11, Californians receiving unemployment insurance will need to actively seek employment in order to keep getting benefits.
SoFi Stadium Looking To Fill More Than 3,000 Part-Time Positions With Job Fairs Being Held This MonthSoFi Stadium is looking to fill more than 3,000 part-time event day jobs.
Hundreds Of Thousands Of Residents Stand To Lose Unemployment Benefits By The End Of Next MonthMany Californians who qualified for unemployment under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program stand to lose their unemployment benefits on Dec. 26 unless lawmakers take action.
LA County Unemployment Rate Dips In August, But Still High Compared To Pre-Pandemic LevelsThe seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dipped to 16.1% in August, down from 17.9% in July, according to figures released Friday by the Employment Development Department.
State Legislators Approve EDD Audit After Widespread Reports Of FraudCBSLA learned that dozens of letters from EDD – many of them containing benefit cards loaded with cash -- were being sent out to vacant homes.
State Lawmakers Push For Gov. Gavin Newsom To Address Backlog Of Unemployment ClaimsSome Californians say they have growing concerns and worries about when their unemployment benefits will kick in.
Lawmakers To Hold Hearing Over EDD Backlog As Report Shows 1M Claims Have Yet To Be ProcessedSo many California residents have complained to their state lawmakers that the assembly has scheduled a special hearing Thursday to investigate the EDD.
California Jobless Claims Move Faster But Still Have DelaysThe state agency that handles unemployment claims for millions of Californians says it has hired nearly 500 new employees to process claims since Gov. Jerry Brown's administration ordered it last year to beef up customer service.
Calif. Unemployment Falls To 8.5 PercentCalifornia's unemployment rate fell to 8.5 percent in June as the state continues to close the gap on the national jobless rate, the state Employment Development Department announced Thursday.