The state with the highest unemployment rate in the country as of May is going into its fourth week without a director to run the employment office.
Despite thousands still waiting, an analysis shows Nevada performed better than expected, and improved speed in March and April.
It’s like Alexis Cossman is stuck in the middle between the employment offices of Ohio and Nevada.
Las Vegan Victoria Waked has found herself trapped amid a list of messages telling her the claim she filed for unemployment insurance benefits can’t be processed.
Gov. Steve Sisolak plans a Tuesday news conference to announce Phase 2 of Nevada’s reopening, which may include casinos reopening on June 4.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak said Friday that he hasn’t forced people to wear a face covering in hopes that more people would end up doing so voluntarily.
The website for gig workers to file unemployment insurance claims will be temporarily shut down starting at 5 p.m. Friday. The Alorica call center will also not be accepting calls.
Technical glitches on the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance website made it difficult for some Nevada gig workers, independent contractors and self-employed workers to file.
Heather Korbulik says the goals are to process people en masse at the unemployment office, get the call center phased in and help people get through on those lines.
If business owners don’t comply with mandated social distancing, face coverings for employees and limiting occupancy, they are at risk of a verbal warning, citation and/or business license suspension.