Leaders with the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation are scheduled to provide the update over Zoom at 10 a.m.
The last week of federal unemployment benefits that was supposed to come this week is now expected next week.
A Nevada judge scheduled a hearing Thursday to determine whether the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation is following his orders.
Thousands of frustrated Nevadans have reached out for help as they try to reach DETR or figure out what is wrong with their jobless claims.
Tuesday marks the beginning of long-awaited payments for some Nevada independent contractors and self-employed workers.
Former DETR employees told the Review-Journal the state agency could be doing a better job preventing fraud while paying out jobless claims quickly.
Gov. Steve Sisolak chose John Moran Jr., who had been serving as acting chairman, and also selected Las Vegas attorney Ogonna Brown to fill a vacancy on the commission.
Nevada’s agency overseeing unemployment insurance suspects anywhere between 133,748 and 185,484 possibly fraudulent jobless claims have been filed.
After being docked for over 10 years, the long-talked about high-speed rail line between Las Vegas and Southern California appears ready to leave the station.
The Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation hosted its weekly media briefing Friday to update Nevadans about unemployment insurance.