Labor's Division of Unemployment Insurance requires employers to report the following information within 15 days of when they offer work and it is refused by the employee:
Employers without a valid Maryland account number, such as federal employers and those who are out-of-state, may report job refusals and update return to work dates by emailing email@example.com.
However, please note there are circumstances where a claimant has "good cause" to refuse an offer of work, including:
$500 one time grants provided in order to support workforce expenses incurred by small Worcester County Maryland businesses as they comply with guidelines in Maryland’s Roadmap to Recovery and the Maryland Strong Back to Business pledge to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. These grants are specifically intended for smaller Worcester County businesses that do not have resources to assist them in accessing larger federal and state assistance programs. Please click the link below for more information.
Wednesday, June 10th at 12pm
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Friday, June 5th at 12pm
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Reopening your business may require a radical change to how--and when--you work. --Inc.
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Q & A from Inc. and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
National Small Business Town Hall, 12 p.m. EDT, Friday, May 15. RSVP: https://events.inc.com/nationaltownhallevents-8
Wednesday, May 13th at 10:30 AM ET. U.S. Chamber and Dell bring together experts to discuss how work will change, what employees will need from employers and share strategies from business owners who will give you fresh ideas for the future: Register for 5.13 Workshop Wednesday