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Electronic Filing

Effective with the first quarter 2014 filing, employers are required to electronically file quarterly UC tax and wage reports through UCMS.
 
If you have not already registered with UCMS to file electronically, the time to do so is now.
 
 
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Gov. Corbett Delivers Budget Address

Governor Tom Corbett presented his proposed 2014 – 15 budget February 4. The address, before a joint session of the PA legislature, took place in the PA House chamber.
 
L&I Secretary Julia Hearthway and Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary C. Alan Walker presented a post-budget address later that afternoon in the Capitol Media Center to discuss Jobs1st PA, the governor’s initiative to foster job creation and economic development in the commonwealth.
 
 
 

Important Information About Form UC-1099G

Forms UC-1099G, Statement for Recipients of PA Unemployment Compensation Payments, were mailed on Jan. 17, 2014. The downloadable version of Form UC-1099G is now available. View your Form UC-1099G online or print a copy here.
 
 

 
Grants Procedures Manual sets forth the grant procedures developed by the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) for grants awarded to various organizations.
 
 
OVR's Hiring People with Disabilities How-To Guide for Employers
Your one-stop guide to everything your business needs to know to help hire and retain people with disabilities.
 
 

January 2014 Labor Market Information Overview

 
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The Unemployment Compensation Amnesty Program has ended!
Claimants and employers are no longer eligible to satisfy UC overpayments or tax obligations with amnesty provisions. However, you are still obligated to pay your outstanding obligation.
 
For instructions on paying your outstanding obligation, please visit http://www.uc.pa.gov/portal/server.pt/community/uc_amnesty/21358
 

Keystone Works

Are you a UC claimant looking for a career or a business looking to hire? Keystone Works provides business-driven training opportunities for eligible UC claimants. A claimant can continue to collect full UC benefits while participating in training provided by a business, and the business is entitled to receive incentive payments if the claimant is hired and certain requirements are met.
 
Learn more about Keystone Works.
 

 

News and Media
April 11, 2014
Corbett Administration Closes Fourth Successful JOBS1st On the Road
Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary C. Alan Walker and Department of Labor and Industry Secretary Julia K. Hearthway today discussed the outcomes of the fourth "JOBS1st on the Road"  Read More

April 10, 2014
Corbett Administration Highlights Sunbury Riverfront Project on JOBS1st On the Road
Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Secretary C. Alan Walker and Department of Labor and Industry Secretary Julia K. Hearthway today joined with Senator John Gordner (R-27) for a tour of the Sunbury Riverfront project  Read More

April 10, 2014
The Corbett Administration Kicks off JOBS1st On the Road; Announces Funding to Support Neighborhood Improvements in Lewisburg
Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary C. Alan Walker officially kicked off "JOBS1st On the Road" in Central Pennsylvania where he announced that the Borough of Lewisburg will receive a $232,000 Keystone Communities grant  Read More

April 2, 2014
Pennsylvania Honors Impact of AmeriCorps During AmeriCorps Week
Pennsylvania is celebrating AmeriCorps Week, March 30 – April 5, spotlighting the vital work done by AmeriCorps members in communities across Pennsylvania since the national service program began 20 years ago.  Read More

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