By Mark SchiefelbeinIn a new series on the Kentucky unemployment office that looks at how the office is managing a crisis that has left some workers without work and others struggling to find work, we’re examining how the state’s unemployment office has tried to get people to work, and how it has made people sick.
The Office of the Kentucky Governor is the state agency tasked with managing the state unemployment system.
Matt Bevin has declared a state of emergency in several areas, and the office has been struggling to meet that demand.
Bevin said the state would be unable to afford the cost of running the unemployment office and that it will be “unable to continue to operate as it has in the past,” citing the state budget crunch that began in September.
State officials say the unemployment agency is trying to work with businesses to increase job openings, and that’s important, but they’re also making mistakes.
Kentucky’s unemployment agency was created in 1947 and is responsible for administering the state jobless benefits program.
The agency administers benefits to low-wage workers and the unemployed, but it also helps people in need pay for rent and food, and it also assists in the investigation and prosecution of wage theft.
Kentuckians are eligible for benefits if they’re working for at least 20 hours a week.
But the state has also said that those who aren’t working but have not been looking for a job should be given one.
In a study published in September, the National Employment Law Project examined the ways the state and its unemployment agency have handled the crisis, including a number of decisions that are hurting Kentucky’s economy and jobless rates.
“While many of these policies have been well intended, they do not appear to have led to the desired outcome,” the report states.
The report also found that the state did not have a clear process for determining eligibility for benefits, including the number of hours that people are actually working.
In response to the report, the state appointed a commission that looked at how it could make its unemployment office more effective, while also creating more job opportunities for the unemployed.
“We have to recognize the fact that we’ve created a situation where a lot of people who are on the unemployment rolls are not actually employed, so they’re not getting jobs,” Bevin told reporters last month.
“We have a lot more work to do to help people find jobs.”
In the meantime, the commission recommended expanding benefits for workers who are working part time and not able to find full-time work.
The state has tried several different approaches, including requiring employers to pay a higher minimum wage, allowing people to earn up to 100 hours a month, or allowing people with a disability to work from home.
In August, the governor signed legislation that would allow people with disabilities to work at home for up to 60 hours a day, with no overtime, starting in 2019.
The bill also allows for people with certain conditions to work in part-time jobs, including those with chronic illnesses, autism, or other medical conditions.
The legislation, which took effect on Aug. 15, is part of a $1.2 billion package of job creation measures, including job training, paid sick leave, and increased support for people who have limited or no income.
But while the legislation was a welcome step, the new bill doesn’t address the issue of how to provide help for those who have been unemployed and who are now trying to find a job.
The commission also said in the report that the unemployment benefits program isn’t working to address the problem.
“The state is struggling to fill the unemployment gap in a way that is effective and effective for the long-term,” the commission said.
“It is not being successful in the short term.
It is not providing a safety net for the state.”
The commission recommended that the government should establish a temporary unemployment benefit for low-income workers who have a disability or who are part of the disabled workforce.
The Kentucky Department of Workforce Development has also been looking at ways to better help people who find work and find jobs.
The department has created a website called Workforce.gov, which provides information about how to apply for unemployment benefits.
In an email to Newsweek, the department’s chief economist, Richard W. O’Brien, said that while the department is reviewing the recommendations from the commission, the agency is committed to “making sure the unemployment and disability program is effective, flexible, and responsive to the needs of our unemployed workers.”
He said the agency has already started work on new tools to help Kentucky’s unemployed workers find jobs, and has asked the Office of Economic Development and the Department of Labor to help them implement those changes.
He also said the office will continue to work to improve the information available to unemployed people.
“As the unemployment rate has declined and more people have found jobs, we have also seen that unemployment is no longer a barrier to finding work,” O’