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Page 12 - It is the policy of the United States Employment Service: (a) To promote employment opportunity for all applicants on the basis of their skills, abilities and job qualifications. (b) To make definite continuous effort with employers with whom relationships are established, to the end that their hiring specifications be based exclusively on job performance factors.
Page 2 - be held at such times and places as shall be designated by the Bureau of Medical Education and Licensure, at their discretion.
Page 13 - ... in covered employment. A. When the State laws were originally enacted in the 1930's, benefit ceilings of at least two-thirds of average weekly wages were adopted in most States, and it was intended that only a small fraction of all benefit payments would be restricted by the benefit ceilings. That position was taken despite the assumption of quite limited funds for benefit payments and a State tax rate of 2.7 percent of payrolls in the early years prior to 1941. Practically all State laws were...
Page 10 - It is urged, therefore, that all of the States raise the potential duration of unemployment benefits to 26 weeks, and that they make the benefits available to all persons who have had a specified amount of covered employment or earnings.
Page 15 - ... Employment Security rejected a similar proposal on the grounds that there is no connection between the taxable base and the level of benefits. The reasons advanced for this action apply with equal force to the duration of benefits as well today as they did in 1953, when the Advisory Council said : "In our unemployment insurance program, unlike OASI, there is no necessary, and in two-thirds of the States no statutory, connection between the tax base and the amount of wages entering into the computation...
Page 12 - To recruit no workers for employment if the wages, hours, or other conditions of work offered are substantially less favorable to the individual than those prevailing for similar work in the locality.

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