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Third time - just relaying what I'm being told by people who are actively

trying to hire. Are the benefits the whole story? Probably not. For at least one company in SoCal they lost a lot of office staff when they tried to get everyone to go back into the office. Said their people wanted to keep working from home and found jobs that would allow them to do that. The unemployment benefits typically come up when discussing the inability to fill direct-labor and warehouse type openings. These would be lower-wage jobs where the gap between the unemployment $ and the employers' wages would be smaller and if the benefits are not useful then I guess I'm not sure why they were given in the first place. And they may not be a lot, but if a person can get by with them and not work then yeah, I can see that dissuading people from going back to the grind. Or dissuading younger people from entering the workforce.

(In response to this post by Newport)

Posted: 08/09/2021 at 2:06PM


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