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  • Information on Pennsylvania Unemployment Benefits Web site, your unemployment benefits resource for services and information related to pa unemployment benefits .

    n Pennsylvanian unemployment benefits are handled by the commission for unemployment commission and they have a lot of information on filing on their site

    Before starting a CWDS profile we recommend you attempt to find employment by checking out a few places that carry jobs

    You must also remember that your health care will be gone soon, and you should probably start looking around for a replacement since you don’t know how long you might be unemployed

    The PA unemployment benefits website has lots of information on UC Individual Services & who is eligible for UC Benefits

    The COMPASS website stands for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Access to Social Services. This Web site allows you to learn more about, screen for, apply for, and renew various Social Services offered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This service is outside the PA unemployment benefits mandate




    1. I am unable to find out how to have the money put on my debit card, I have set up the mail settings, and have tried to locate a phone number but have been unsuccessful.

      Comment by Karen Dalton — January 12, 2012 @ 2:06 pm

    2. Some of our employees get laid-off during the Wintertime due to the slowness of our business. This is purely seasonal; because come Spring, they will be back to work for us. Our question is:
      If our employees are seasonal; when they are laid-off do they have to look for other jobs? Is there some form or letter that can be sent to say that they are seasonal employees? Please let us know.
      Thank you.

      P: 570-835-4329 (TIOGA OFFICE)
      F: 570-835-4966
      E: wildrose2@epix.net

      Comment by Wild Rose, Inc. — January 25, 2012 @ 3:57 pm

    3. Thanks for your question. We wrote a special article on this issue on our blog.

      Comment by Andrew — January 27, 2012 @ 3:28 pm

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